National Priorities: Life Cycle Costs of Water Infrastructure Alternatives

EPA awarded grants to two institutions to research innovative, cost-effective technologies to manage stormwater runoff and combined sewer overflows. These researchers will develop tools and models to help communities evaluate the optimal mix of technologies that will treat stormwater with less energy, less expense and less burden on the environment.

Request for Applications closing date: July 6, 2015

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Identifier Abstract Principal Investigator Institution Project Period State
1 R836173
Community-enabled Lifecycle Analysis of Stormwater Infrastructure Costs (CLASIC) Zhang, Harry
Buzzard, Angela
Pomeroy, Christine
Sharvelle, Sybil
Throwe, Joanne M  
Water Environment & Reuse Foundation, Colorado State University, University of Maryland - College Park, University of Utah, Wichita State University April 2016 -
March 2020  
2 R836174
An Integrated Decision Support Tool (I-DST) for Life-Cycle Cost Assessment and Optimization of Green, Grey, and Hybrid Stormwater Infrastructure Hogue, Terri
Geza, Mengistu
Higgins, Christopher
Horvath, Arpad
McCray, John
McDonald, Rob
Stokes, Jennifer  
Colorado School of Mines, The Nature Conservancy, University of California - Berkeley April 2016 -
March 2020  

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