Measurable Results Program

 

The measurable results program measures the chemical, physical and microbiological changes in water near point source and nonpoint source pollution control activities funded through the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund and 319 Non-point Source program. Studying water quality near these projects before and after helps determine the effectiveness of project operations as well as the planning and prioritization of future resources.

Measurable Results Analysis and Reports

Studies Currently in Progress

  • City of Durango Wastewater Treatment Plan (Santa Rita) Improvements

  • City of Idaho Springs WWTP Secondary Treatment Expansion

  • Three Lakes Water and Sanitation District Table Mountain Facility Copper
    Removal Project

  • Evans Gulch Synoptic of Non-point Source Mitigation

  • Redwell Basin Synoptic of Non-point Source Mitigation as New Baseline
    Condition

Partners and Resources