Foundation / Corporation
The Water Research Foundation (WRF) and the State Water Resources Control Board in California (SWB)
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Grants to USA, Canada, and International educational institutions, research organizations, governmental agencies, consultants, and for-profit entities to explore the benefits of water reusability. Funding is intended to support research activities including a literature review, modeling, testing, and analysis and recommendations for the impact of raw water augmentation on conventional drinking water treatment processes.
This project will address key technical issues to assist regulators in assigning pathogen removal credits to conventional treatment processes for blends of surface and advanced treated water. This research may also be helpful in better understanding existing Surface Water Treatment Rule log removal credits from conventional treatment processes.
The objectives of this project are:
GrantWatch ID#: 190254
Applicants may request up to $125,000 in WRF funds for this project.
For this specific project, however, indirect costs are limited to and may not exceed $32,250.00, as no funding from the State of California can be used for indirect costs by any recipient (prime or sub) at any contracting level.
The anticipated period of performance for this project is 18 months from contract start date. Under WRF’s No-Cost Extension Policy, a project schedule cannot be extended more than nine months beyond the original contracted schedule.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://proposals.waterrf.org/Lists/RequestProposalLogin/ProposalLoginRequest.aspx?Source=/Pages/RequestProposalLoginConfirmation.aspx
Questions to clarify the intent of this RFP and WRF’s administrative, cost, and financial requirements may be addressed to the WRF project contact, Mary Smith at (303) 347-6134 or email@example.com.
Questions related to proposal submittal through the online system may be addressed to Caroline Bruck at (303) 347-6118 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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