Drinking Water Research Group

 

The DWRG is a collaboration between Profs. Bob Andrews, Ron Hofmann, and Susan Andrews. We work with partners from industry and government on a wide range of projects related to municipal drinking water. The Group includes approximately 25 graduate students, Post-Doctoral Fellows, and Research Managers and Associates.

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Examples of Recent Research Areas:

Microplastics in drinking waters
Biologically active filtration
Ultrafiltration fouling minimization strategies
Inactivation of emerging pathogens
Synergy of multiple disinfectants
Disinfection of reuse waters
Advanced oxidation processes
Secondary disinfection, impacts of biofilm and corrosion
Control of disinfection by-products
Computational fluid dynamic modeling of dissolved air flotation
Use of fluorescence techniques to improve process control

Contact Us

Please contact any of the three professors of the DWRG if you are interested in learning more about any of our ongoing projects, or would like to discuss your potential participation.

Professors

NameJob Title & DutiesContact Details
Andrews, RobertProfessor
NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Source Water QualityMonitoring and Advanced/Emerging Technologies for Drinking Water Treatment
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Drinking Water Research Group
Office: GB 429
(416) 978-5399
robert.andrews@utoronto.ca
Andrews, SusanProfessor
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Drinking Water Research Group

  • Associate Chair (Acting) - Graduate Studies
  • Office: GB 319D
    (416) 946-0908
    susan.andrews@utoronto.ca
    Hofmann, RonProfessor
    NSERC Associate Industrial Research Chair in Technologies for Drinking Water Treatment
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Drinking Water Research Group
    Office: GB 319C
    (416) 946-7508
    ron.hofmann@utoronto.ca

    Prospective Students

    For further information about the application process for graduate studies please visit the School of Graduate Studies website.

     

    Current Opportunities

    We are currently seeking a Chemistry Laboratory Technician to assist with water quality analysis on research projects.
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