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EPSRC Reference: GR/S18373/02
Title: SUE: Water Cycle Management for New Developments: WaND
Principal Investigator: Butler, Professor D
Other Investigators:
Kay, Professor D McDonald, Professor A Savic, Professor D
Sharp, Dr E Ashley, Professor RM Packman, Mr J
Jeffrey, Professor P
Researcher Co-Investigators:
Project Partners:
Arup Group Ltd Buckinghamshire County Council CIRIA
Environment Agency (Grouped) Essex & Suffolk Water Ltd Gallagher Estates
H R Wallingford Ltd Hydro International Plc Metropolitan Water Company
MWH UK Ltd Newcastle City Council Oceans-ESU Limited
Phoenix Scot and NI Forum for Env Research Scottish Water
Severn Trent Water Ltd Thames Water Plc Three Valleys Water
UK Water Industry Research Ltd Wallingford Software Wastewater Planners User Group - WaPUG
WRc plc Yorkshire Water
Department: Engineering Computer Science and Maths
Organisation: University of Exeter
Scheme: Standard Research (Pre-FEC)
Starts: 01 January 2006 Ends: 30 September 2007 Value (£): 817,121
EPSRC Research Topic Classifications:
Urban & Land Management Water Engineering
EPSRC Industrial Sector Classifications:
Technical Consultancy No relevance to Underpinning Sectors
Water
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The project aims to support the delivery of integrated, sustainable water management for new developments by provision of tools and guidelines for proj design, implementation and management. It consists of six core work packages designed to cover the most important aspects of water management. Three are technically based concerning water supply, storm drainage and wastewater. The goal is to identify key performance and design issues and t+ quantify the key system, infrastructure and environment interactions. Two other packages deal with aspects concerned with social acceptability of new 'sustainable' technologies, the decision-making process and the place of water management in it, the role of whole-life costing in this context and the potential for increased health risks. The final W P pulls together the strands of the issues and techniques raised in the other five to produce a toolbox fc the risk-based, planning and outline design of water systems in new developments to maximise sustainability relative to the constraints on the particular development site. The model will be used to evaluate alternative development and water management scenarios and to propose more sustainable strategies, demonstrated through a number of case studies. Funded 'plus' projects will add value to the 'core' programme above, particularly by drawir in further interdisciplinary and inter- sector issues.
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