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EWB Teesside Branch meets in M6.06 at 2pm every Wednesday during term time.
Currently the group is working on a groundwater treatment project and have built a pump from 'scavenged' materials suitable for pumping water from below ground and the next stage is to develop a treatment system suitable for the production of safe drinking water.
More information to come soon
Information coming soon
Welcome to the EWB Heriot watt homepage. We are a new branch of EWB-UK located at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh. Weekly meetings take place on Thursday evenings at 5.15pm, just off the Mechanical Engineering crush area in the James Naysmith building.
Our mission is to facilitate human development through engineering
Engineers Without Borders UK (EWB UK)
Its good times for the EWB Strathclyde branch! Not only has our group grown greatly in the past year, we are also hosting the International Development Conference for Scotland and North East England in March.
For our technical project we are working on the Gulper, a device to get the waste out of pit latrines. We're also working on a wind turbine project and have started going into schools with our outreach project. We also offer training events and have regular fundraising events.
You might like to explore the EWB Cambridge website pages.
To learn more about the EWB Cambridge, please contact us by filling in the form below:
This page details contact information for EWB Bristol, please feel free to contact us with any questions or queries! Also see the Bristol branch website pages.
To learn more about the EWB-UK Training Programme, please contact the Training Team by filling in the form below:
Welcome to EWB-GU's dusty old webpage!
It's languished for a while now - it claimed Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities still shared a branch until recently. Unthinkable.
So, this page will see a major overhaul very soon. Please be patient.
In the meantime, you should check out our REAL website at http://www.ewb-gu.org/
You might like to explore the bursaries pages on our website.
To learn more about the EWB-UK Bursaries Programme, please contact us by filling in the form below:
Use this form to submit private queries and suggestions; we shall endeavour to reply to you as quickly as possible.
You may also want to search to see if any questions you have are already answered elsewhere.