EPA - Disinfectants, DBPs, and Opportunistic Pathogens in Drinking Water Distribution Systems.
National Priorities: Research on Disinfectants, Disinfection By-Products (DBPs), and Opportunistic Pathogens in Drinking Water Distribution Systems
Ensuring clean and safe drinking water is important for protecting human health and the environment. Opportunistic pathogen and disinfection by-product (DBP) contaminants in drinking water distribution systems remains a water quality issue that is prevalent across the Nation. More information is needed on the occurrence of DBPs and opportunistic pathogens, along with identifying environmental conditions and niches favorable to colonization, microbial growth, and propagation in drinking water distribution systems. This research will help inform water infrastructure management and risk-mitigation practices to ensure safe drinking water. This National Priorities Request for Applications (RFA) will solicit innovative research to address knowledge gaps on the occurrence of pathogens and DBPs in drinking water distribution systems across the United States.
This solicitation is available to public and private nonprofit institutions and public and private universities and colleges located in the United States and its territories or possessions. Foreign entities, U.S. States, territories and possessions, the District of Columbia, State and local government departments, and Federally Recognized Indian Tribal Governments of the U.S. are not eligible to apply under this RFA. Profit-making firms and individuals are not eligible to receive assistance agreements from the EPA under this program.
Total Amount Available:
August 31, 2022
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