WateReuse Research Foundation seeks proposals for new research project

April 21, 2015

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Proposals for the research project are due May 28 at 5 p.m. EDT.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The WateReuse Research Foundation is seeking proposals for a new research project, “From Collection System to Tap: Resiliency of Treatment Processes for Direct Potable Reuse (WRRF-14-13),” according to information provided by WateReuse Research Foundation.

“In the context of this project, resiliency can be viewed as the ability of a direct potable reuse (DPR) system to successfully adapt to failure events and other chronic impacts while ensuring public health and safety,” stated WateReuse Research Foundation.

Proposals for the research project are due May 28 at 5 p.m. EDT.

The project is funded through the WateReuse Direct Potable Reuse Initiative.

You can find more information on the project here.

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