Newsnews & agenda
COVID-19 Sewage Surveillance must-reads
Sewage monitoring shows how covid-19 is evolving in the population
The hunt for leaks is on!
Leakage has been a major concern for water utilities around the world for a long time. Progressing urbanization…
To unlock a Circular Economy in 2021, we need trust
Climate change has such a tremendous impact on the water sector that it is in our interest to…
COASTAR contends for De Vernufteling innovation award
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.
KWR in numbers
In the library of KWR you’ll find all public reports, peer-reviewed papers, theses, articles from journals and public media.Go to our library
Recently added publications
Callisto - Comparison and joint Application of Leak detection and Localization TechniquesKWR rapport Read more over Callisto - Comparison and joint Application of Leak detection and Localization Techniques
Forensic engineering analysis applied too flood controlPeer review artikel Read more over Forensic engineering analysis applied too flood control
Effect of sludge characteristics on optimal required dosage of flux enhancer in anaerobic membrane bioreactorsPeer review artikel Read more over Effect of sludge characteristics on optimal required dosage of flux enhancer in anaerobic membrane bioreactors