How wastewater systems can capture funding opportunities in 2024

Feb. 1, 2024
Entech Engineering's Tori Morgan and Natalie O'Connor explain how the industry is raining in funding opportunities, but that capturing it is more complex than you may otherwise think.

With so many funding opportunities available in the U.S., it can sometimes appear as if money is falling from the sky. But that is not always the case, and in fact, funding for water and wastewater systems can be complex and highly beaurocratic.

Tori Morgan and Natalie O'Connor from Entech Engineering break down high and low complexity offerings, how low-interest loans are nearly as good as grants, and the materials you should bring to your next funding application meeting. 

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Bob Crossen

Bob Crossen is the editorial director for the Endeavor Business Media Water Group, which publishes WaterWorld, Wastewater Digest and Stormwater Solutions. Crossen graduated from Illinois State University in Dec. 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in German and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. He worked for Campbell Publications, a weekly newspaper company in rural Illinois outside St. Louis for four years as a reporter and regional editor.