BTO Water Quality Knowledge Impulse – outcomes and applications

Event details

Over the past four years, work in the Water Quality Knowledge Impulse has focused on learning more about the quality of groundwater and surface water, and the factors that affect that quality. On June 15, we are organising an afternoon to explain the results from all the projects, with a particular emphasis on their significance for drinking water companies.

The aim of the Water Quality Knowledge Impulse (KIWK) programme is to provide tools so that water management authorities can take the appropriate measures to improve water quality and biodiversity. The KIWK included ten projects in which people worked to achieve this goal. Now the programme is nearing completion, we want to take stock: what has the KIWK brought us, what has been successful and what areas still need addressing? And what are the implications for the drinking water sector?

Information for drinking water companies

On June 15, we are organising an afternoon at which we will explain the results from all the projects for the drinking water companies. There will also be opportunities for discussion and a review of our experiences during the programme. The meeting is intended for drinking water professionals involved in the KIWK, the BTO Theme Groups and BTO CO members. The session is also open to all interested drinking water professionals, so please inform colleagues and get them involved.


Do you wish to attend? Please register using this link. You will then receive details about this event as soon as possible.

The meeting is being organised by, among others:

  • Joep van den Broeke (KWR)
  • Jolijn van Engelenburg (KWR)
  • Christie Stuut (KWR)
  • Hanneke Vreugdenhil (Vitens)