THE UKWIR RESEARCH PROGRAMME

The UKWIR Research Programme runs on an annual cycle, taking the suggestions made by our members to develop an industry relevant programme of research projects. Consequently we have a rolling programme of projects that are either in progress or in planning.

  • Our projects that are currently in our planning and selection / process are available here.
  • A summary of our 2018/19 research programme is available here

 Note: Depending on the status of our Programme, projects in the planning phases may not be publicly viewable. Water Company staff should log in to the site to view projects at all planning stages.

The UKWIR Research Programme runs on an annual cycle, taking the suggestions made by our members to develop an industry relevant programme of research projects. Consequently we have a rolling programme of projects that are either in progress or in planning.' Key dates for 2018 can be found here.

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Current Live Projects

UKWIR currently manages over 70 projects on behalf of UK Water companies. These Projects are generated and managed by the UKWIR programme development process, which you can see here.

The projects listed below are currently in progress. Double-click any of the entries to view the project resume. You may also register with us to receive updates, such as when project outputs are published.

Upcoming Meetings

  • Cancelled - Repeat bursts at old repairs
     Wed 24 October 2018 10:00
  • UKWIR - Biosolids to land project - dissemination event
     Tue 30 October 2018 10:30
  • Repeat bursts at old repairs
     Thu 01 November 2018 10:00
  • WW02B209 Research, planning and management with UKWIR’s Source Apportionment modelling system
     Wed 07 November 2018 09:45
  • Conference Call for DW13S Risk assessment of CIP data with respect to implications for drinking water sources
     Wed 07 November 2018 10:00