On 29th January 2020, the Working Group ‘Water Security’ organised a workshop on Quantitative Assessment of Water Security. The workshop was hosted by KWR Water Research Institute in the Netherlands. The co-leaders of the Working Group, Jan Hofman (University of Bath and KWR) and Blanca Antizar (Isle Utilities) chaired the day. Over 20 participants from different destinations in Europe came to Nieuwegein to join the workshop.
Through its REEF charitable ‘foundation’, Isle Utilities supports entrepreneurs working in water and sanitation in developing and emerging countries. Just before Christmas 2019, Natasha Giroux, a graduate in our London office, joined an international team from Isle for a trip to a toilet-building enterprise in Cambodia – and took part in the Angkor Wat Half Marathon. Here is her account.
Partnerships are key to Innovate to solve water issues was a statement made by many stakeholders at the IWA Water and Development Congress in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
A thorough piece of work… Isle Utilities provided continuous feedback and have provided an excellent introduction for our products into an alternative market place
– Sarah Marcham, Camera Value Stream Lead, at Selex ES
I was impressed by the rigour of Isle’s research and their ability to communicate their findings to the target audience
– Gordon Wheale, Project Manager, at UKWIR
The Isle TAG forum allows the best solutions to come forward as well as providing vital funding for technology development
– Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation at Anglian Water