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ICF nabs $12.4M contract to help EPA maintain safe water

ICF International has won a $12.4 million contract to help the Environmental Protection Agency establish health protective criteria that ensures safe water for drinking and recreational purposes.

The contract supports the agency’s Office of Water, which ensures drinking water is safe, and restores and maintains oceans, watersheds, and their aquatic ecosystems to protect human health, support economic and recreational activities, and provide healthy habitat for fish, plants and wildlife, according to the EPA’s website.

Under the contract, ICF will provide scientific services and data processing and analytics, the company said in a release.

For more contract awards, see our WT Insider-exclusive Contract Award Database, featuring every award we have covered since January 2013.

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