Tetra Tech Wins $62M Contract with EPA Clean Water Program
The company, which has worked with the agency since the 1970s, will provide technical expertise to the Office of Wastewater Management.
Tetra Tech, Inc., has been awarded a five-year $62 million contract to support the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Wastewater Management in protecting and restoring the nation’s waters and watersheds, the company said in a Jan. 12 press release.
This single-award contract is 45 percent larger than the previous contract the company held. Since the 1970s, Tetra Tech has provided technical and programmatic support to EPA’s water protection programs.
Tetra Tech will provide technical expertise to EPA as it uses the watershed approach to address challenging water pollution problems, promote the use of innovative technologies, and address the nation’s growing wastewater infrastructure needs.
EPA's Office of Wastewater Management oversees a range of programs contributing to the well-being of the nation's waters and watersheds. Through its programs and initiatives, the Office of Wastewater Management supports the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, commonly known as the Clean Water Act, by promoting effective and responsible water use, treatment, disposal, and management and by encouraging the protection and restoration of watersheds.