Water Environment & Reuse Foundation: The Impact of Pre-Chlorination and GAC Treatment on DBP Formation and Overall Toxicity in Drinking Water

The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation invites applications for its impact of pre-chlorination and granular activated carbon treatment on disinfection by-products formation and overall toxicity in drinking water grant. This supports the investigation of the impact of pre-chlorination followed by granular activated carbon on the removal of cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of drinking water using bioassays. The project should also address the impact of varying bromide and iodide levels in source waters and multiple potential source water types and impacts.


The grant is worth between USD $275,000 and USD $300,000 (Approx. AUD $371,000 – $405,000) . A minimum of 25 per cent of total project costs must be provided by the applicant.


Applicants may be any technically qualified organisation.

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