EPA to Issue Request for Small Business Research Proposals
by Mildred Holley, Technology Programs Manager
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is scheduled to release its FY2007 solicitation for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program on March 15, 2007. EPA is expected to award approximately 40 Phase I contracts of up to $70,000 each to successful small business proposers.
EPA's announced research topics for 2007 are:
— Innovation in Manufacturing;
— Green Buildings;
— Drinking Water and Water Monitoring;
— Water and Wastewater Management;
— Control of Air Pollution;
— Air Monitoring and Remote Sensing;
— Engine and Vehicle Emissions Reduction;
— Animal Waste and Waste to Energy;
— Waste Management and Monitoring;
— Coal Bed Methane and Oil & Gas Drilling;
— Large-Scale Disaster Debris Management;
— Technology for Villages and Small Communities; and
— Homeland Security.
Look for additional details in the March 26 Tech Track E-news. In the meantime, visit http://es.epa.gov/ncer/sbir for agency information.
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