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Seeking proposals for Water Reuse in 2030 project, and project ideas for funding consideration
The WateReuse Foundation announced the release of a new Request for Proposals (RFP) for its Water Reuse in 2030 project.
The overarching goals of the project are to anticipate and forecast the global challenges that will confront water reuse over the next two decades and facilitate long-range planning and appropriate research. The project will be organized to address the future challenges of water reuse both at a more global level and at the more specific U.S. level. Proposals are due March 17, 2008.
To view the RFP, visit www.watereuse.org/Foundation/rfp.htm.
Seeking New Projects to Fund
The WateReuse Foundation is asking researchers to submit their ideas for funding consideration under the 2008 Unsolicited Research Program. Preproposals for research projects that address emerging issues and involve original concepts, novel techniques and other scientific research needs related to water reuse and desalination are due by March 3, 2008.
For more information about the Unsolicited Research Program, visit www.watereuse.org/ Foundation/rfp_unsolicited.htm.