Water Institute secure EPA research funding

Today, the EPA announced €10.7 million of research funding for 42 research projects addressing climate change and other emerging, complex environmental problems. We are delighted to be part of the EPAs announcement where research projects from three academic members of the DCU Water Institute have been awarded part of the EPA Research Fund.

Prof Fiona Regan has been successful in securing a large-scale project for INVESTigating PFAS from Source to sink – Assessing risk to inform a PFAS STrategy in Ireland.

Dr David O’Connor is a relatively new member of the Water Institute and has been successful on a medium-scale project on the Occurrence and sources of PERsistent, MObile and TOXic substances in Irish waters.

Dr James Carton has succeeded in a desk top study in the area of Hydrogen Environment Protection, Analysis, Awareness and Review. 

These research projects will be commencing over the next number of months and updates will be available on www.dcuwater.ie  and on twitter @DCUWater

For more information on the EPA research awards please click HERE

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