MassCEC is offering up to $150,000 in funding for the piloting of innovative technologies at publicly-owned wastewater treatment facilities across the Commonwealth. Applications open on September 18th.

Applicant teams must be led by a publicly-owned municipal wastewater treatment district or authority in Massachusetts, with at least one partner applicant that is a technology vendor. Together, applicant team must have a strong interest and capability to pilot and subsequently adopt a water innovation technology that addresses one the three focus areas: (1) increasing energy efficiency, (2) recovering resources for reuse, or (3) removing nutrients including nitrogen and phosphorous.

Applications for grants of up to $150,000 will be available starting September 18th.

To make Massachusetts a global leader in water innovation, MassCEC is focused on supporting the advancement of cutting edge technologies in the wastewater treatment sector.  For these reasons, MassCEC collaborates with stakeholders to grow the promising water technology sector, supports innovative water technology testing and adoption of technologies that will help shape the future of the water technology industry.

Michael Murphy / Director – Water Innovation / mmurphy@masscec.com