Joint Committee of IAHR and IAW on Urban Drainage (JCUD)
Founded 1982, under the title Joint Committee of IAHR and IAWQ on Urban Drainage (JCUD), as a joint committee of B-XB1193 - International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR) and H-XC1379 - International Association on Water Quality (IAWQ). Current title adopted following merger, 7 Sep 1999, of IAWQ and H-XB2807 - International Water Services Association (IWSA) to form C-XC0103 - International Water Association (IWA). Previously also referred to as Joint Committee of IAHR and IAWQ on Urban Storm Drainage (JCUSD). UK Registered Charity: 1076690.
Promote progressive and innovative approaches to urban drainage, emphasizing protection of urban ecosystems, cost-efficiency and sustainability.
Events2021-10-24 | Melbourne, VIC Australia – ICUD : Triennial International Conference on Urban Drainage
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9-12 members selected from the memberships of IAHR and IWA. Working Groups.
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