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Bureau of Reclamation Awards $23 Million for Water Reuse Projects

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RMC Water and Environment leverages its industry expertise to provide analysis, design, and engineering solutions for clients seeking to create sustainable water infrastructures. In addition to its everyday work in the renewable water industry, RMC Water and Environment has been recognized by organizations such as WateReuse for its efforts in the field.

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Bureau of Reclamation Awards $23 Million for Water Reuse Projects

  1. 1. Bureau of Reclamation Awards $23 Million for Water Reuse Projects RMC Water and Environment
  2. 2. Introduction  RMC Water and Environment leverages its industry expertise to provide analysis, design, and engineering solutions for clients seeking to create sustainable water infrastructures. In addition to its everyday work in the renewable water industry, RMC Water and Environment has been recognized by organizations such as WateReuse for its efforts in the field. WateReuse recently reported on new funding from the Bureau of Reclamation that will support the construction of water reuse facilities, engage ongoing feasibility research for new types of projects, and underwrite further research to determine new areas that might benefit from water reclamation facilities. All told, the bureau will award more than $23 million to organizations in seven states. The largest portion of that figure ($20,980,129) will be given to six congressionally preapproved construction projects for new reclamation facilities. Thirteen research groups will receive a total of $1,791,561 for feasibility studies, and four projects have been awarded $847,701 to research new water reuse markets.

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