Our Partners

The Environmental Research Institute of the University of the Highlands and Islands (ERI), NHS Highland, Scottish Water, and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) have formed the OHBP. These four organisations are the steering group partners.

So far, the partnership has been built through approx. £40k per year of in-kind support from the steering group organisations, owing to the strategic alignment between the OHBP and their own objectives and in recognition that cross-sector cooperation is required to resolve One Health issues. The partners are committed to continued support of the OHBP but all recognise that additional resources, outside of the current in-kind contributions, will unlock its full potential to promote innovation and impact.


Steering Group

Scottish Water is responsible for the provision of the public water supply and treatment of public wastewater in Scotland, serving 5 million customers across the country.

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NHS Highland provides healthcare services for the Scottish Highland region, and covers the largest geographical area of all health boards across Scotland.

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The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is Scotland’s principal environmental regulator, with a statutory purpose to protect and improve Scotland’s environment.

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The Environmental Research Institute (ERI) University of the Highlands and Islands engages in a range of highly interdisciplinary research to quantify and address the effects of emerging environmental issues.

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Associate Partners

Associate partners include higher education institutes, researchers, industry professionals, businesses, social enterprises, NGOs, and water and environment specialists in Scotland, the UK, and Europe. Our associate partners are a critical part of the OHBP’s research and dissemination activity.