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UKWIR Water Talkers Platform

Water is such a precious and finite resource but most people don’t really realise it, especially in the UK where it rains a lot. It is very easy for us to take water for granted but it is vital...

UKWIR Challenge: Detecting the Build-up of Blockages in Complex Fluid Networks

UKWIR Challenge: Detecting the Build-up of Blockages in Complex Fluid Networks   TAGS:  Environment, Scientific...

IAgrE Landwards Conference 2015 - Too Much or Too Little Water?

“Too Much or Too Little Water? Engineering innovation for agricultural water management in a changing climate.   IAgrE President Mark Kibblewhite, CEnv, FIAgrE has convened this...

Technology Challenge - Septicity in Sewerage Systems

Anglian Water is looking to address an increasingly common issue: that of septicity in sewage with extended residence times in wet wells and rising mains.  If you believe that you have...

Recovering Phosphorus and Priority Substances from Water Environment - £800K SBRI funding available

Highlands and Islands Enterprise , one of Scotland's two enterprise agencies, supported by  Innovate UK  are launching a new £800K (inc VAT) competition to develop new and...

Phosphorus and Priority Substances funding call

Highlands and Islands Enterprise , one of Scotland's two enterprise agencies, supported by Innovate UK are launching a new £800K (inc VAT) competition to develop new and innovative...

Using Critical Zone Science to understand sustaining the ecosystem service of soil and water

Closing date for expressions of interest: 08:00 on 6th March 2015.   The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)...

United Utilities look to turn on the innovation tap

The United Kingdom's largest listed water company United Utilities sought to send a strong signal encouraging innovative thinking and action across its supply chain at a well-attended Funding...

Catchment Management: Impact of climate change on delivery and cost

UK Water companies work closely with the Government, the Environment Agency and a number of other key stakeholders to manage water resources safely and efficiently. Understanding the catchment...

Freshwater Management - Symposia Webcast 6th/7th November

Join colleagues from the science and regional stakeholder communities around sustainable management of freshwater systems this Wednesday and Thursday, 6th and 7th November 2013, for two days of...

European Innovation Platform for Water: 1st Annual Conference

The first EIP Water Annual Conference will take place on 21 November in Brussels. The Conference will focus on showcasing on-going activities of the EIP Water. Apart from providing an excellent...

Dealing with the threat of Future Water Shortages

The Water Industry Forum, in association with the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Environmental Sustainability KTN,is hosting a seminar on perhaps one of the most hotly debated issues...

A Network of High-Frequency Sensors Helps Protect the Future of Fresh Water Lakes

The Need for High Frequency Lake Monitoring Lakes across the world are often in areas of outstanding natural beauty, enriching the landscape and our lives with their serene environments....

“ HOW CAN THE UK BENEFIT FROM SPACE IN HORIZON 2020?”

The UK Space Agency , the Technology Strategy Board , and a number of UK and European partners, are supporting this series of regional workshops – in London, Manchester, Wales, Scotland and...

Partnering opportunity for Space Programme

We have been forwarded the following from the UK arm of a French company looking to find a water-sector organization to partner them in a bid for funding through the European Space...

Jordan - Groundwater-flow modelling of the Dead Sea Basin

The Ministry of Water & Irrigation has received funding from the French Development Agency toward the cost of "Groundwater-flow Modelling of the Dead Sea Basin, Additional Programme to...

Water Sector in the United States

The U.S. water sector represented approximately US$141 billion in revenue. Water and wastewater accounted for 44% of the US$320 billion environmental sector. Water utilities and wastewater...

TWNER program (Clean Technologies for Water Refining and Nutrient and Energy Recovery project)

  TWNER has been awarded an NSERC CREATE project focusing on the training of wastewater treatment process engineers. We are offering MESc and PhD degrees in this field. The project...

IWC Masters Scholarships now open

  The International WaterCentre (IWC) based in Brisbane is currently offering full-tuition scholarships <http://www.watercentre.org/scholarships> to study the Master of Integrated...

RCUK Water Research Showcase - post event resources

The 2013 RCUK Water Research Showcase took place at a packed venue at the Wellcome Trust, Euston on 27th March. The ESKTN is pleased to make the presentations (pdf format) available to the...
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£110 MILLION REVAMP FOR ENGLAND’S RIVERS

Defra has today (13th April 2011)  issued a press release on how they will fund the...

INTERNATIONAL FORUM: INDIA WATER WORKSHOP, Friday 23rd March 2012

  British Water are hosting an international Forum Workshop on opportunities for...

UKTI/British Water Roundtable with Indian Water delegation

ESKTN attended and presented at an UKTI/British Water Roundtable event with delegates...