Many communities have reduced I/I in publicly owned sewer infrastructure. But up to 80% of the I/I comes from private property. Use these tools to educate home and property owners about how to reduce I/I on their property.
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Protecting your health and home, while reducing utility fees, starts with you. Learn how inflow and infiltration costs property owners and communities, and what you can do to identify and correct issues on your property.
MCES provides financial incentives for communities to reduce excessive I/I in the wastewater system from public and private sources. Since the program began in 2004, metro area communities have invested more than $165 million to repair local wastewater infrastructure.
This grant is for a community to complete repairs to both public and private infrastructure and study the results. The total award is up to $500,000 and the application requires a proposal that meets the criteria in this request for proposals. Applications are due August 31, 2018.
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For program information, contact Marcus Bush at 651.602.1166
For grant information, contact Matthew Gsellmeier at 651.602.1802