• Annual Report 2019

    Research for liveable cities

    The weather events of the past year again demonstrated that climate change is in full swing. Even if we do our utmost to keep the greenhouse gas…

  • Improving the carbon footprint of sewage treatment plants through resource recycling!

    Stakeholder-Workshop on 29 Januar 2020 in Berlin to Present Results from European Joint Project SMART-Plant.

    The European Commission wants…

  • Newsletter December 2019

    Recent projects and current interim results from our research departments

    German-Columbian Water Workshop in Bogotá Tackling nitrate contamination in groundwater Interview…

  • Wastewater as a Resource

    “Everything supposed to be green is dried up and brown!” – The astronaut Alexander Gerst was shocked when he saw the drought in Germany in summer 2018.…

  • Doctor´s degree for our KWB-colleague Nicolas Caradot!

    Topic: The use of deterioration modelling to simulate sewer asset management strategies

    Congratulation to our KWB colleague Nicolas Caradot! In…

  • Is water going digital now?

    Press Conference: Launch of EU-funded Project Digital-Water.City

    Apps that predict bathing water quality, sensors that detect potential floodplains when it rains: Digital…

  • Newsletter September 2019

    Edition 53

    Recent projects and current interim results from our research departments. Berlin is now a „Water-Wise City“ Launch of EU-funded Project…

  • First SURF, then SWIM

    Hardly a metropolis in the world has as many natural bathing waters to offer as Berlin. A website provides information about the water quality of the bathing areas.


  • Rain Water can improve the quality of life

    A conversation with Dr. Andreas Matzinger about heat islands in the city, the greening of building roofs and the question of how skilful water management can improve the quality of life in the city despite climate change.

1 2 3 4 6


© Header-Foto: Frank Fendler