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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) seeks proposals from organizations interested in working with communities across the nation that are served by public water systems with highly or moderately susceptible drinking water sources to protect their sources of drinking water from contamination using a watershed or "resource-based" approach.
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EPA intends to use at least part of the funds to help an organization interested in establishing a national network of field technicians to assist communities with watershed or resource-based planning to protect their water supplies. However, EPA is very interested in seeing other types of approaches to help communities across the country protect drinking water sources, such as an approach that provides direct financial assistance and technical support to communities through means other than a field presence. Depending on the proposals received, EPA will consider awarding a second grant that would complement a field technician approach.
All project proposals must be received by EPA no later than June 12, 2000.
Send five copies of the complete proposal to Betsy Henry (4606), Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. EPA, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20460. For further information, call Ms. Henry at (202) 260-2399.
SOURCE: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency