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Submit a proposal for the Focus Area Program Online

The Water Research Foundation is accepting proposals only online for the following projects at https://proposals.waterrf.org/Pages/RFPs.aspx.  To begin the process of submitting a proposal online, you will need a website login and the name or RFP# of the project for which you want to submit a proposal.  Information about submitting a proposal online is contained in the RFP. 

  
  
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RFP_4711Occurrence Survey of Bromide and Iodide in Water Supplies
The objectives of this project are to complete a comprehensive survey of bromide and iodide, and to determine their role in the formation of regulated and non-regulated disinfection byproducts (DBPs), in drinking water supplies and develop a better understanding of how changes in watersheds, industrial discharges, and other factors impact these key precursors.
7/19/2017 5:00 PM
RFP_4716Refinement and Standardization of Cyanotoxin Analytical Techniques for Drinking Water
The objective of this project is to evaluate existing chemical and biological methods for the analysis of cyanotoxins at low part-per-trillion (ppt) detection levels in raw and finished drinking water and provide unified methods and practical analytical guidelines for utilities to improve the quality of monitoring efforts.
11/1/2017 5:00 PM
RFP_4717Innovative Technologies to Effectively Manage Deteriorating Infrastructure
This project will investigate and discuss a wide range of innovative technologies that could be used to effectively manage deteriorating water infrastructure. The investigation should identify technologies at various stages of research, development and application that could benefit the water industry. The project will provide a detailed technical assessment of the suitability of these technologies for application in North America.
7/19/2017 5:00 PM