Water and the water cycle – that is, all the ways in which people use water and return it to the global water system – are essential for all life on earth. Too much water, or too little water of the right quality, can have a drastic impact on people and the environment. We need top-quality, tailored knowledge to optimally organise and manage the water cycle, and thus allow our society to provide two basic needs in people’s lives: healthy and safe drinking water, in a (water) pollution-free environment.
KWR Watercycle Research Institute assists society in optimally organising and managing the water cycle by:
Clients and expertise
- creating knowledge through top-quality research;
- building bridges between science, business and society;
- promoting societal innovation by applying the best knowledge available.
The almost 170 employees of KWR Watercycle Research Institute develop and unlock relevant knowledge for all the organisations in the water cycle, both national and international: drinking water companies, waterboards, governments and industry.