WRF Launches Project on Resilient Water Infrastructure

WRF Launches Project on Resilient Water Infrastructure

The new project by  Water Research Foundation will be a key step in helping drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater systems become resilient enterprises.

The project, Resilient Water Infrastructure: Improving Understanding and Assessing Needs, will gather information from regions and municipalities (both small and large) with various risk factors or hazards, including extreme rainfall and flooding, sea level rise, aging infrastructure, cyber threats, seismic activity, and drought.

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“WRF has a long history of funding research on resiliency,” said Rob Renner, CEO of the Water Research Foundation. “This new project, along with another ongoing resiliency project, will expand on previous work by examining the needs of the drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater sectors, specifically in the area of infrastructure.”

In support of that overall aim, this project has the following objectives:

The following activities will be conducted to meet the objectives of the project:

Read more: Business Wire and WRF