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About the UK Groundwater Forum

How to get involved

Anyone can get involved in Forum activities. The programme is advertised through this web site. It is devised by a Steering Committee which meets roughly four times a year. You can influence what the Forum does by contacting the Secretariat. You can suggest issues to be discussed at the Steering Committee meetings.

You can be kept up to date on activities via e-mail by registering with the Forum.

The Forum Steering Committee is made up of representatives of the water industry, research, academia, consultancies and the regulatory bodies. Those currently on the steering committee are:

Rob Ward(Chairman) British Geological Survey
Rob Sage Affinity Water
Mike Jones Thames Water
Phil Merrin United Utilities
David Seccombe Environment Agency
Ric Horobin Hyder Consulting
Vincent Fitzsimons Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Silke Hartmann Northern Ireland Environment Agency
Tim Haines Amec
John Tellam University of Birmingham
Monica Lee Geological Survey of Ireland

The steering committee is supported by a secretariat, which is based at the British Geological Survey, Wallingford, Oxfordshire.

Those organisations that have funded the Forum during its current five year programme are:

Environment Agency of England and Wales
Natural Environment Research Council (through the British Geological Survey)
Thames Water
Affinity Water
Anglian Water
United Utilities
Foundation for Water Research
Northern Ireland Environment Agency
Geological Survey of Ireland
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
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