Emma McAteer is the coordinator of the Water Technology research group.

She joined HZ in 2015 and has worked as a researcher and now coordinator of the Water Technology research group on various projects around themes such as freshwater reuse (GO-Fresh II, FRESH4Cs - Alternative Fresh Water resources for Coastal Areas, Robuust Water Systeem Zeeuws-Vlaanderen) and resource recovery and reuse in the form of NEREUS - New Energy and Resources for Urban Sanitation.
In addition to her work at the research group, Emma teaches water technology for the undergraduate course Water Management Aquatic Ecotechnology.
Emma graduated with a master's degree in Environmental Engineering from Queen's University of Belfast (Northern Ireland) in 2010 and worked for several years as a process engineer for small-scale, domestic and commercial biological wastewater treatment plants in Northern Ireland before joining HZ.




The research group Water Technology is a partner in the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union…

Finished projects Water Technology

An overview of completed projects of the Water Technology research group.



The goal of EffluentFit4Food is to increase the availability of quality irrigation water for…