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Chemical Investigations Programme – Data Access Portal

Subscribe to the CHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS PROGRaMME - Data ACCESS PORTAL

Search and extract the measurements from 600 Wastewater Treatment Sites owned and operated by UK Water Companies and part of the Chemical Investigations Programme (CIP2).

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This UKWIR Tool is available to all-comers who have created an account with UKWIR, subscribed to the Tool and confirmed acceptance of the Terms and Conditions of Use.

Using the tool, the logged in user may view;

  1. The list of contributing Companies
  2. The list of Sewage Treatment Works included
  3. The Determinands included in the data collection
Filter

There are 3 million determinand readings in total.  So, the tool has been developed to enable users to filter and extract the specific information they are seeking, rather than downloading all 3 million records each time.

To assist you to find what you are after, we have provided the following methods;

  1. Search by Determinand – Filter the database to find specific determinands
  2. Search by Sewage Treatment Works – Locate and view all determinands for a particular works
  3. Search by Company – Filter all the determinand data for a particular Companies contributing Sewage Treatment Plant.

You are guided though the process of building your filter, at the end of which we;

  1. run the filter
  2. Store your settings
  3. return to your list of data Filters
  4. store your data extract
Extract

On the list of your date filters we include buttons, to;

  1. Access and modify your filter
  2. Access the data you have gathered. Clicking this will open the data in a viewer, so you can inspect it.  The viewer includes a button, in its top toolbar, where you can download an Excel spreadsheet of it.
  3. View your extracted data in a chart, together with a tool to export the chart as a picture.

You can modify your filter and / or create as many filters as you require.

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UKWIR Disclaimer in relation to the Chemical Investigations Programme Portal and Monitoring Data

You acknowledge that this portal (“Portal”) and the data within, or made available via, this Portal (“Data”) are provided on a free of charge basis and accordingly you agree that your access and use of the Portal and Data is on the following basis:

  1. We and our members do not make any warranty, representation, guarantee or assurance of any kind (express or implied) with respect to the content or operation of the Portal or the Data and any such warranties, representations, guarantees or assurances are hereby excluded.
  1. We do not warrant that use of or access to the Portal or the Data will be uninterrupted or timely, or that the content of the Portal or the Data will be accurate, complete, up to date or error free. We may update or change, or suspend, withdraw or restrict the availability of, the Portal or the Data at any time.
  1. We do not guarantee that the Portal or the Data will be secure or free from bugs or viruses. You are responsible for configuring your information technology, computer programmes and platform to access the Portal and the Data. You should use your own virus protection software.
  1. Your use of to the Portal and the Data is entirely at your own risk. You acknowledge that the Data and all information made available on the Portal does not constitute a recommendation or advice of any kind, and is provided for informational purposes only.
  1. To the fullest extent permitted by law, we and our members will not be liable for:
  • any loss, liability, claim, damage, cost or expense, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, even if foreseeable, arising out of or in connection with your use of (or inability to use), or reliance on, the Portal or the Data; or
  • any loss of profits, sales, business, or revenue; business interruption; loss of anticipated savings; loss of business opportunity, goodwill or reputation; or any indirect or consequential loss or damage.
  1. Nothing will exclude or limit our liability in respect of fraud or for death or personal injury caused by our negligence.

Thank You

NOTES:-

  1. CIP2 data files, as reported by the participating water companies in England and Wales, are held as an archive containing all effluent, influent and environmental data that relate to elements of the programme that are complete . Work in progress is not included.
  2. Each CIP site (relating to a wastewater treatment works) may include river quality upstream and downstream of the sewage effluent discharge, together with effluent and (in some cases) influent quality at the treatment works.
  3. Sites were selected to reflect the highest risk of potential failure to comply with Environmental Quality Standards, primarily as defined in the Water Framework Directive. This corresponded in the main to sites where the available dilution in the receiving water was lowest – though some sites were chosen on the basis that a number of discharges in a given river catchment might pose risk where a single one might not.
  4. Effluents and influents were sampled on 20 occasions over a two-year period. Riverine samples were taken on 36 occasions over approximately the same period.

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