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How to deal with ammonium in surface water?
Bas van der Grift — At the annual ‘Emissie Symposium’, which took place on April 11, I organised a workshop on ammonium in surface waterbodies together with Jan Roelsma of Wetterskip Fryslan. The Emission Symposium is organised by organisations that host the Pollutant...
ATES in Geneva, Vienna and studio
Together with Stijn Beernink, I attended a workshop on Monday in Geneva for the Heatstore project where KWR…
Water Quality Knowledge Impulse launched
KWR demonstrates value added of water knowledge for practice at trade fair
Future proof opportunities at the ‘Waterinfodag’
At the ‘Waterinfodag’, which took place end of March 2019, I presented a theme session on innovative processing…
Subjects & projects
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We collaborate with water companies, universities and businesses, both in the Netherlands and internationally. In such a context, as a researcher, you’ll find it interesting to be a connecting link and to shape the development of knowledge.
Tools & Products
Together with the water sector, we have developed a solid knowledge base. We are building an international reference framework of successful tools and products. And we seek out partnerships with market players for the commercialisation of market-ready products.
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Recently added publications
SPX-project onderzoekt integratie van duurzame nutsfunctiesVakblad artikel
Future drinking water infrastructure, building blocks for drinking water companies for their strategic planningHoofdstuk in boek
Tackling the "New Normal": A resilience assessment method applied to real-world urban water systemsPeer review artikel