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Acquired habits and new solutions
Should we reconsider our love for indestructible organic-halogen compounds?
PFAS, which stands for Per- and PolyFluoroAlkyl Substances, are currently causing a great deal of commotion. Why have…
Heatstore: High Temperature Underground Thermal Energy Storage
Heatstore is one of the nine projects under the European GEOTHERMICA – ERA NET COfund umbrella. It is…
New thesis prize named after leading hydrogeology expert Stuyfzand
DNA techniques help to detect legionella in the tropics
Subjects & projects
KWR’s foundation is the knowledge we develop on the basis of our leading, applied scientific research into the water cycle. We are experts in a wide range of specialist fields and we inspire the water sector to define its research issues and questions. Together, we build the knowledge needed to address complex water challenges.
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
Impact of salt accumulation in the bioreactor on the performance of nanofiltration membrane bioreactor (NF-MBR)+Reverse osmosis (RO) process for water reclamationPeer review artikel Read more over Impact of salt accumulation in the bioreactor on the performance of nanofiltration membrane bioreactor (NF-MBR)+Reverse osmosis (RO) process for water reclamation
Arsenic reduction to <1 µg/L in Dutch drinking waterPeer review artikel Read more over Arsenic reduction to <1 µg/L in Dutch drinking water
Interview G.A. van den Berg, C.H.M. Hofman-Caris - titel (vertaald uit Google) Nederland gebruikt zandduinen om rivierwater schoon te makenPublieksmedia Read more over Interview G.A. van den Berg, C.H.M. Hofman-Caris - titel (vertaald uit Google) Nederland gebruikt zandduinen om rivierwater schoon te maken