Please note that the instructions given
in this page are only a guide. Consistency and correct type area margins
are the most important aspects in your manuscript presentation.
your paper in full-size format, on A4 (210 x 297 mm). In formatting your
page, set all margin to 20 mm. No text or figures should fall out of
this text area. Authors are asked not to include any header or footer
(footnotes). The paper should not have page numbers and will be sent by
e-mail as attachment file (MS Word format).
text should be fully justified, single spaced and the first line of all
paragraphs should be indented to the right by 5 mm. Times New Roman
fonts should be used throughout the paper. No free line will be left
between the paragraphs, while one free line will be left between the
title and the following paragraph.
The text will include the following
sequence of parts:
Title: Bold Upper/lower case letters, 15-point type, left alignment.
Subtitle: Italic Upper/lower case letters, 13-point type, left
Author(s): Upper/lower case letters, 11-point type, left alignment.
Affiliation of author(s): Italic Upper/lower case letters, 9-point type,
Abstract and keywords: Sentence case letters, 9-point type, position
text: Sentence case letters, 12-point type, position justified.
References: Sentence case letters, 9-point type,
position justified, hanging indent by approximately 4 mm.
Level of subheads should be easily
distinguishable from each other.
There should be
a 24-points space
before each subhead and a 12-points space after each subhead. The first
level subhead should be 13 points bold capital letters, the second level
should be 12
points bold-italic upper/lower letters and the third level subheads
should be 12 points italic upper/lower case letters.
All the subheads should be aligned left.
Figures and tables may appear printed
directly in the text.
A legend should be typed
into the manuscript directly beneath the figure and directly above the
table using 10-point
type italic sentence case letters and should be aligned at the centre as
well as the figures and tables.
Legends are to be listed in numeric order, labelled as “Figure 1”,
“Figure 2”, “Table 1”, “Table 2”, etc.
will be numbered with arabic normal (not bolded) digits between
parentheses, placed at the right end of the line.
Any reference style is acceptable as
long as consistency is maintained throughout the manuscript.
The author is responsible for obtaining
the necessary permissions to quote or reproduce material from already
published works. An appropriate credit line should be included.
By submitting your paper to European
Water you automatically agree on the following:
give consent for the publication of your article in "Water Utility
are not entitled to submit the same material for publication in another
periodical of any type.