Water Research Foundation releases RFPs for 11 research projects

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Mar 15th, 2017
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DENVER, CO, MARCH 15, 2017 -- The Water Research Foundation (WRF), a leading sponsor of innovative research supporting the water community, has released Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for nine new research projects funded under the Focus Area Research Program. Two additional RFPs, for projects under the Emerging Opportunities and Tailored Collaboration Research Programs, are also available. A complete list of projects for which WRF is seeking proposals is available at www.waterrf.org/rfps.

Researchers interested in submitting proposals should visit the WRF website for project details and submission process guidelines, as each project will have its own unique criteria and submission deadline. Proposals for Focus Area projects will be accepted via the WRF online proposal submission system. Applicants must comply with WRF's standards for administrative, cost, and audit compliance. These standards are included in WRF's "Guidelines for Focus Area Program Proposals."

About the Water Research Foundation
The Water Research Foundation is the leading not-for-profit research cooperative that advances the science of water to protect public health and the environment. Governed by utilities, WRF plans, manages, and delivers scientifically sound research solutions on the most critical challenges facing the water community in the areas of drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and reuse. Over the last 50 years, WRF has sponsored nearly 1,500 research projects valued at $500 million, and serves more than 1,000 subscribing organizations. For more information, go to www.WaterRF.org.

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