Prague 6, 160 00
The T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute, a public research institution, was established as one of the first scientific institutes in the independent republic of Czechs and Slovaks. The Institute was founded as the State Hydrological Institute by the Ministerial Council Resolution of 19 December 1919. Since 1989, the Institute has operated under the auspices of the newly created Ministry of the Environment and since 1993 has begun to act as one of its contributory organisations. As a public research institution, the Institute was established by the Ministry of the Environment on 12 December 2006.
The objective of TGM WRI, p.r.i., is to conduct research on the status, use, and changes of aquatic ecosystems and their linkages in landscape and related environmental risks, waste and packaging waste management, as well as to provide professional support for water protection, flood prevention, and management of waste and packaging waste, based on the above-mentioned research.
Water Research, Waste Management
Committee on Climate Change Adaptation
Committee on Flood Risk Management
Committee on Water Resources Management
Committee on Hydraulic Structures
Committee on Ecohydraulics
Committee on Groundwater Hydraulics and Management