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ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS
Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP).
Federal Business Opportunities, Solicitation W912HQ19S00003, 2019

Researchers from federal organizations, universities, and private industry are invited to apply for ESTCP 2020 technology demonstration funding in proposals relevant to the listed solicitation Topic Areas. The following represent areas of interest relevant to environmental remediation for which ESTCP requests pre-proposals from non-DoD entities:
  • Innovative technology transfer approaches.
  • Management of contaminated groundwater: Innovative technologies and approaches for managing sites and the associated risks where contamination will persist for a significant period of time after an initial remedy is selected, particularly for chlorinated solvents, 1,4-dioxane, energetic compounds, PFASs, or mixtures of these compounds.
  • Long-term management of contaminated aquatic sediments: Innovative technologies that specifically address the management, risk characterization, remediation, or monitoring of sediments contaminated with PAHs, PCBs, heavy metals, or mixtures of these contaminants.
  • Detection, classification, and remediation of military munitions in underwater environments.
More information is available on the ESTCP website at https://serdp-estcp.org/Funding-Opportunities/ESTCP-Solicitations. Pre-proposals are due by 2:00 PM ET on March 7, 2019. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA72/W912HQ19S00003/listing.html



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