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Since the establishment in April 2000, we have been focusing on research and development of advanced water environment technology that can meet diverse social needs in an environment-oriented society, revolving around technology that utilizes the functions of microorganisms.
Also, with the aim of developing technology rooted in regional characteristics, we have been conducting research with various approaches by constructing a new technology system through collaboration and fusion with basic science such as microbial ecology and practical science such as water treatment engineering.
In July 2019, we reorganized the center to have three divisions. Through closer collaboration with more researchers in U-Tokyo than before, we promote a wider range of research and education related to water environment technology. As a research hub for water environment technology, we actively hold various symposiums and other events. More details

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[SEAWE-13] Registration and fee payment has started! The form of registration and fee payment of SEAWE-13* has opened. The registration fee is 12,000 JPY. General participants can apply until November 20th (Sun). Feel free to join us.
* The 13th International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment is held face-to-face in Bangkok from December 13th (Tue) to 15th (Thu), 2022.
[Event] JSWE Symposium is held today and tomorrow The 25th JSWE Symposium@UTokyo has started. From RECWET, Dr. Takashi Hashimoto has contributed to the planning and operation as a member of the executive committee. Prof. Satoshi Takizawa will chair his session (Sep 6 PM) where there will be a presentation from Prof. Kazuaki Syutsubo's research team. Prof. Hiroyuki Katayama is in charge of explaining the session purpose and leading the general discussion in his session (Sep 7 AM)
[Publication] Wastewater treatment containing monoethanolamine (Prof. Syutsubo) Prof. Kazuaki Syutsubo (International Water Environment Division) has issued a paper jointly with Niigata University of Pharmacy and Applied Life Science, and a few Colleges of National Institute of Technology. This paper concerns the methane fermentation treatment of monoethanolamine, a toxic organic chemical widely used in the electronics industry and found in high concentrations in wastewater.
[Media] Featured on industry magazine's cover (Prof. Kurisu) Prof. Futoshi Kurisu (Water System Management division) was featured on the cover of the August issue of Suidou Koron, and an interview article was published. The article titled "Ask the person on the cover: Achieving water system management for the entire basin." introduces the activities of his division. This industry magazine has been published as a comprehensive water magazine since 1970. In recent years, Prof. Hiroyuki Katayama (Water Quality Control Technologies and Materials Development division) was also featured in the October 2020 issue.
[SEAWE-13] Call for Abstract till Aug 15. Facebook page launched! RECWET and AIT supported by NIES are holding SEAWE-13, International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment, in Bangkok in December. The deadline for submitting the abstract of the oral presentation has been extended to August 15. We are waiting for your application!
We have also launched the Facebook page of SEAWE-13. Please like!