Drinking Water: Partnership Projects
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DRINK: Drinking Water Research Information Network
The Drinking Water Research Information Network (DRINK) is a portal to information on projects funded or performed by water research organizations, government agencies in the U.S., international research organizations, and academic institutions focused on drinking water issues. It is a compilation of drinking water project information from partner organizations that creates a single source of information on ongoing research.
EPA has developed the Drinking Water Research Information Network (DRINK) as a publicly accessible, web-based system that contains searchable information on more than 1,000 research projects funded by leading domestic and international partner organizations. DRINK can be used as a tool for assessing future research priorities to support regulatory development and implementation.