National Priorities: Impacts of Water Conservation on Water Quality in Premise Plumbing and Water Distribution Systems

EPA awarded grants to two universities to research water quality issues related to low flow conditions of drinking water in premise plumbing systems. Premise plumbing is the portion of the drinking water distribution system located within a building, including pipes, valves and faucets that carries water from its entry into a building all the way to the consumer’s tap.

Request for Applications closing date: March 17, 2016

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1 R836880
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Water Conservation and Water Quality: Understanding the Impacts of New Technologies and New Operational Strategies Gurian, Patrick
Bartrand, Tim
Yu, Yun
Young, Audrey
Yang, Zhao
Treado, Steven
Tolofari, Dienye L
Summers, R. Scott
Singh, Rajveer
Seidel, Chad
Rasheduzzaman, MD
Olson, Mira S.
McCuin, Randi
Masters, Sheldon
Joshi, Sayalee
Hamilton, Kerry
Haas, Charles N.
Duarte Batista, Marylia
Clancy, Jennifer  
Drexel University, Arizona State University - Main Campus, Environmental Science Policy and Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University, University of Colorado at Boulder October 01, 2016 -
September 30, 2019
(Extended to September 30, 2021)  
October 01, 2016   September 30, 2019
(Extended to September 30, 2021)  
PA  
2 R836890
Grant
Right Sizing Tomorrow's Water Systems for Efficiency, Sustainability, and Public Health Whelton, Andrew J
Beecher, Janice
Rose, Joan B.
Nejadhashemi, Amirpouyan
Mitchell, Jade
Lee, Juneseok  
Purdue University, Manhattan College, Michigan State University, San Jose State University, Tulane University October 01, 2016 -
September 30, 2019
(Extended to March 31, 2021)  
October 01, 2016   September 30, 2019
(Extended to March 31, 2021)  
IN  



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