Our interconnected research themes are aligned to the key challenges faced by the water sector.
Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC@Bath)
WIRC provides a unique environment to engage globally in research and policy on water technologies and resource management.
Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC@Bath) offers a variety of options for study and research.
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Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC@Bath) unites people from a variety of disciplines under the umbrella of water research.
A University of Bath researcher is developing a safe & affordable way of removing harmful excessive fluoride in water used by communities in East Africa.
An international collaboration between the University of Bath and Universidad de los Andes has developed an integrated device for testing a water source.
Members of the ReNEW project which is aiming to develop a ‘water fingerprinting’ technology to help mitigate infectious diseases, recently met in South Africa.
REDAWN aims to improve the energy efficiency of water networks through the installation of innovative micro-hydropower technology.
ReNEW proposes an innovative solution to public health problems and environmental conditions in fast-developing urban environments in LMIC countries.
Researchers aim to construct a prototype-scale beach and investigate the response of the beach to a rising sea level and storms.
We aim to develop porous metal oxide foams for use in the photocatalytic removal of water pollutants & establish photocatalysis as a water treatment technology.
This project seeks to develop and test an affordable, portable and user-friendly integrated multisensor system for water quality monitoring in Colombia.
The project will look at demonstrating technologies with a potential to contribute to reuse and recovery of resources within a perspective of circular economy.
Jan Peter van der Hoek from Delft University of Technology and Waternet, the Amsterdam water company, discusses cooperation between utilities and universities.
Professor Martin Jekel from the Technical University of Berlin will discuss trace organic compounds and present different approaches to their removal.