Bureau of Reclamation Announces WaterSMART: Small-Scale Water Efficiency Grants Awards
Posted @ Thursday, September 05, 2019 By Gabrielle Bronstein
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On September 5, 2019 the Bureau of Reclamation announced awards through the WaterSMART: Small-Scale Water Efficiency Grants program. The program awarded $4.1 million to 63 different projects in multiple states throughout the western United States.
The Small-Scale Water Efficiency Grants program provides funding for a variety of water conservation and efficiency programs including installation of flow measurement or automation in a specific part of a water delivery system, and lining of a section of a canal to address seepage. No project may receive more than $75,000 and applicants are required to provide a 50 percent match
TFG is pleased to announce four clients received funding through this announcement:
- Imperial Irrigation District, Flow Measurement Equipment - $62,175
- Lower Tule Irrigation District, Recharge Basin Metering System - $75,000
- Palmdale Water District, Landscape Water Use Efficiency Project, Phase II - $75,000
- Kansas Bostwick Irrigation District, Converting CW 10.6 Open Lateral to Buried Pipe System - $66,418
TFG wishes to extend a congratulations to each of these Districts, and understands the importance of reliable and efficient water sources for communities in the western U.S. A list of currently open WaterSMART opportunities are listed below. If you are interested in applying to any of these programs please contact your client manager.
Open WaterSMART opportunities: