National Decentralized Water Resources Capacity Development Project issues request for proposals

May 10, 2002
The NDWRCDP is currently soliciting proposals for a study entitled 'Micro-Scale Evaluation of Phosphorus (P) Removal Focusing on Soil Attenuation and Alternative Wastewater Treatment Systems.'


Micro-scale evaluation of phosphorus (p) removal focusing on soil attenuation and alternative wastewater treatment systems

Proposals due June 25, 2002

May 10, 2002 -- The National Decentralized Water Resources Capacity Development Project (NDWRCDP) was established to help improve the capacity of community leaders, regulators, service providers, and others to respond to the increasing complexities of, and expanding need for onsite/decentralized wastewater treatment.

Through a Cooperative Agreement with EPA administered by Washington University in St. Louis, the NDWRCDP identifies and funds research and development projects designed to address critical information gaps and strengthen the foundations of training and practice in the onsite/decentralized wastewater treatment field.

The NDWRCDP is currently soliciting proposals for a study entitled "Micro-Scale Evaluation of Phosphorus (P) Removal Focusing on Soil Attenuation and Alternative Wastewater Treatment Systems".

A copy of the formal Request for Proposals (RFP) with Proposal Submission Instructions is available for download from the NDWRCDP website. To obtain a copy please direct your browser to the following URL: http://www.ndwrcdp.org/funding.cfm?RFP=true and the click on the RFP title. The deadline to respond is 25 June 2002.

Questions regarding this research solicitation should be submitted via email and directed to Andrea Arenovski at [email protected]. For more information about the NDWRCDP, please visit the website at http://www.ndwrcdp.org/.

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