The Numbers: The International Water Association

The figures behind the global network for professionals working in the water industry.

£5.54m - The charity's income for the year ending December 2009, compared with £7.08m in the previous year. The major reason for the fall was a decrease in income from conferences, the largest of which is held biennially

£3.3m - The charity's income from publications, its main source of income in 2009, compared with £3.04m the previous year. The charity produces a large number of books, magazines and journals for professionals working in the water industry

£1.63m - Free reserves at year-end, down from £2.03m in the previous year. The charity's target was to hold reserves equal to between £1.3m and £1.5m

£200k - No employee was paid more than this

£48 - The number of IWA conferences and seminars held in 2009, attended by about 7,500 water professionals

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