Mine Drainage Technology Initiative (MDTI) Cooperative Agreement Program

Mine Drainage Technology Initiative (MDTI) (formally known as the Acid Mine Drainage Initiative) provides a forum for collaboration and information exchange with the following goals:
Develop an understanding of acidic and toxic mine drainage (MD) so as to better predict, avoid, monitor, and remediate


mine drainage; Develop innovative solutions to acidic and toxic MD water-quality problems; Identify, evaluate, and develop “best science” practices to predict acidic and toxic MD prior to mining; and Identify successful remediation practices for existing sources of acidic and toxic MD and describe the best technology for its prevention.

OSMRE is looking for MDTI studies that address the goals listed above that have the potential for improving the effectiveness of both the coal industry and the regulatory authority to conducts surface coal mining and reclamation activities and regulate coal mining activities, respectively, by gaining a better understanding of acidic and toxic mine drainage effects on the environment.

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Office of Surface Mining

Estimated Funding: $200,000

Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
All applicants must be submitted via the Legacy Tracker website.

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Applicants are limited to tribal and non-tribal for-profit (commercial) organizations, non-profit organizations, faith-based and community organizations, institutions of higher learning, and consortiums with demonstrated national level and onsite experience supporting the development, implementation, and enhancement of tribal justice systems, and training tribal judges.

For-profit organizations must agree to waive any profit or fee.

Applicants may submit only one application; they cannot submit an individual application and also be part of a consortium that has submitted a separate application.

In this case, the individual application will not qualify for peer review.

For applications submitted by a consortium, one organization must serve as the applicant agency and written authorization (e.g., Memorandum of Understanding) from each consortium member must be included with the submission.

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