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COVID-19 Sewage Surveillance must-reads
Developing solutions for optimized use of water through local living labs
Focus on EU projects in webinar series for Dutch water utilities
KWR works in EU Projects that are of direct relevance and impact for the drinking water utilities. Over…
ULTIMATE & NextGen Water Circular Economy solutions
Symposium on Valuable Water
Friday October 16th STOWA organized a symposium on “Valuable Water”. The main topic was the “Water factory” at…
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
Shifting the imbalance: Intentional reuse of Dutch sewage effluent in sub-surface irrigationPeer review artikel Read more over Shifting the imbalance: Intentional reuse of Dutch sewage effluent in sub-surface irrigation
Multi-Objective Model Predictive Control for Real-Time Operation of a Multi-Reservoir SystemPeer review artikel Read more over Multi-Objective Model Predictive Control for Real-Time Operation of a Multi-Reservoir System
Predicting impacts of water conservation with a stochastic sewer modelPeer review artikel Read more over Predicting impacts of water conservation with a stochastic sewer model