Water & Environmental Technology Center

WET Center is a National Science Foundation Industry (NSF) and University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) that specializes in overall water purity and health.

The Water and Environmental Technology (WET) Center is a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry / University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) led by Temple University with partner sites at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. The Center was established in 2009 and is in its second Phase. There are currently over thirty (30) industrial and government members of the WET Center.

The WET Center is a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry / University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) led by Temple University with partner sites at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. The Center was established in 2009 and is in its second Phase. There are currently over thirty (30) industrial and government members of the WET Center.

The Center has been developing a platform of water treatment technologies and scientific information systems that apply to a wide variety of industrial sectors such as

  • Defense
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Consumer Products
  • Food and Beverage
  • Mining
  • Municipal Water and Wastewater Utilities
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment
  • Unconventional Oil and Gas
  • Chemical, and Information & Communication Technology Industries

The WET Center strives to create knowledge and technology products that will be utilized by industry and benefit the public. The Center’s core work deals with water reuse, drinking water and wastewater treatment, water for use in industrial manufacturing, source water protection, stormwater management, environmental studies, risk assessments, sustainability, analytical methods development, and real-time sensors for water quality monitoring and process control.

 

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