Water in the circular economy

  • Water Industry Forum Team challenge for Young Water Professionals 2019

    The Water Industry Forum (WIF) have set up a challenge for Young Water Professionals, focussing around Circular Economy. Candidates will be assigned to multi-disciplinary team, and the teams have to work on the challenge and pitch circular economy ideas that...

  • Water and the Circular Economy

    This October sees the next talk in the monthly 'Water Colloquium' series organised by WIRC @ Bath exploring the breadth of water research being undertaken at the University of Bath and beyond. Title: Water and the Circular Economy Speaker: David...

  • 2 A-Level Students Incognito at Bath Uni

    The following post was contributed by Joel Ambasna and Harriet Vann. Through the Nuffield Foundation, we took part in a four-week summer research placement in the Chemical Engineering Department and the Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC) at the University...

  • Phosphorus - too much of a good thing

    The following post was contributed by Ana Lanham, Lecturer in Water Science and Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Phosphorus management is an imminent and very serious issue considering the fact that it’s both an irreplaceable and vital nutrient...

  • Towards an integrated approach to water for cities

    Hope you had a very nice break and all the best for the new year! WIRC would like to welcome Martin Shouler, Associate Director at Arup, to give us some insight information on integrated approach to water for cities.  ...

  • Water shortages still likely to affect UK food security

    A new piece of research from the University has found that despite us experiencing the wettest winter for 250 years, water shortages are still likely to be a problem in Britain. The paper, published today in Climate Research journal by...