UK WATER INDUSTRY RESEARCH

 

 

UKWIR’s Source Apportionment GIS Model (SAGIS): Version 3.0

 
Price: £600  

The SAGIS modelling system has become an integral part of the United Kingdom’s surface water quality planning process. SAGIS (in combination with SIMCAT) facilitates the development of plans to achieve compliance with Water Framework Directive objectives.  The primary benefit of SAGIS is that it ensures the Water Industry is not targeting capital and carbon intensive treatment solutions to address pollution arising from other sectors, so ensuring that investment provides value for money for water customers.  Furthermore, SAGIS promotes a constructive working relationship between Water Companies and Regulators through encouraging the sharing of models and data, thereby eliminating unnecessary duplication of effort. This project has made SAGIS compatible with the latest versions of SIMCAT and MPER, a new metal bioavailability discharge permitting tool. Together with new model calibration methodologies and documentation, these developments are the most significant since the original SAGIS development. Project benefits include increased functionality and future-proofing of SAGIS.

This report is sold together with five other UKWIR reports;

  • Extending and Updating UKWIR's Pollution Source Apportionment Tool (2) (UKWIR Ref 18/WW/02/9)
  • Extending and Updating UKWIR's Source Apportionment Tool (UKWIR Ref 14/WW/02/8)
  • WFD Requirements for Lakes, Transitional and Coastal Waters: Source Apportionment for Nutrients and Priority Chemicals (UKWIR Ref 13/WW/02/4)
  • Chemical Source Apportionment under the WFD (UKWIR Ref 12/WW/02/3)
  • Chemical Source Apportionment under the WFD - Model Scoping Document (UKWIR Ref 10/WW/02/2)
   

 

UKWIR Reference :- 19/WW/02/10Published Date :- 21/04/2019
Retail Price (£) :- 600ISBN :- 978 1 84057 866 9

 

Supporting Material and Reports

 19/WW/02/10 CD
Chemical Source Apportionment under the WFD
Chemical Source Apportionment under the WFD - Model Scoping Document
Extending and Updating UKWIR's Pollution Source Apportionment Tool (2)
Extending and Updating UKWIR's Source Apportionment Tool
WFD Requirements for Lakes, Transitional and Coastal Waters: Source Apportionment for Nutrients and Priority Chemicals