New RFP’s from the WateReuse Foundation
There’s still a little time left for anyone interested in getting a hand in on these RFPs.
Mar 29, 2007 – 2:25:22 PM
Alexandria, VA — The WateReuse Foundation announces the release of three new RFPs under its Solicited Research program. Proposals are to be submitted to the Foundation’s office in Alexandria, VA by 5:00 pm Eastern Time on May 2, 2007.
1) Low Cost Treatment Technologies for Small-Scale Water Reclamation Plants (WRF-06-008)
The overall goals of this project are to identify and evaluate established and innovative treatment technologies that will provide economic treatment processes that can be used in small-scale water reclamation plants, maximize automation to minimize labor requirements, increase treatment efficiency without sacrificing water quality, increase simplicity of operation, and increase the potential to export new treatment technologies to developing countries.
2) Predictive Models to Aid in Design of Membrane Systems for Organic Micropollutants Removal (WRF-06-009)
This project will improve and expand on one or more recently developed preliminary modeling techniques to predict the rejection of bioactive pharmaceutics and specific disinfection byproducts by RO membranes.
3) Guidance on Links Between Water Reclamation and Reuse and Regional Growth (WRF-06-016)
The objective of this project is to provide background and guidance to water reclamation and reuse managers and decision makers on connections between water reuse, water supply reliability, regional economic growth, demographic growth, and quality of life impacts for current residents.
The mission of the WateReuse Foundation is to conduct and promote applied research on the reclamation, recycling, reuse, and desalination of water.
For more information about submitting proposals to the Foundation: http://www.watereuse.org/Foundation/rfp.htm