UC receives grant for water quality research
December 9, 2021
The University of Cincinnati has been awarded a $25,000 grant from Duke Energy to buy and install a system to monitor water quality in the Great Miami River, an area that affects the drinking water of 2.5 million residents. The grant, which was awarded in early October, has provided the remaining financial support needed after grants from the Miami Conservancy District, University of Cincinnati Dept. Of Geology, and a matched $25,000 grant from the UC Office of Research. Targeted Compound Monitoring is the company which will provide the needed equipment.