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Source Water Protection Grants Are Now Available!

Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is pleased to announce the availability of grant funding for source water protection. Eligible applicants include public water systems, state and local government agencies, tribes, special districts (such as soil conservation districts), associations, nonprofit organizations, and educational institutions in Idaho.

Grants up to $10,000 are available to implement projects to protect sources of public drinking water including:

  • Contaminant source identification (research)
  • Contaminant pathway removal (closure of abandoned or unused wells)
  • Contaminant removal (hazardous waste collection, pollution prevention, and waste reduction)
  • Contaminant management (implementation of best management practices (BMPs) and implementation of a source water protection plan)
  • Education and information sharing (brochures, workshops, media campaigns)

Additional information and grant applications are available at www.deq.idaho.gov/swpGrant/. Please note that the application deadline is August 7, 2020. 

14th ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE - REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

14th ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE - REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Registration is now open!

Full refunds will be distributed for COVID-19 related cancellations.

Coronavirus Special Report issued by Sam Wade, CEO, National Rural Water Association

March 18th, 2020

Click to read the full report: https://nrwa.org/newsandmedia/news/

NRWA Conducts Rapid Needs Assessment of Critical Impacts of COVID-19

April 23rd, 2020

FREE! (you haul) - Odor Scrubber Unit with Blower

FREE! (you haul) - Odor Scrubber Unit with Blower

City of Ketchum/Sun Valley WWTP

A recent plant upgrade has caused the City of Ketchum to abandon a well working unit that they don't want to dispose of quite yet. If you are interested, contact Jeff Vert at (208)726-7825 x115 or jvert@ketchumidaho.org 

 

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