PASADENA, CALIF. — Tetra Tech, Inc., was awarded a $25 million contract with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Pacific Southwest Region (Region 9) Water Division. The new contract expands Tetra Tech’s technical support of EPA’s West Coast watershed and coastal protection programs, including its pollution prevention and sustainable water infrastructure activities. The contract has a five-year period of performance and will include time and materials and fixed-price tasks.

Tetra Tech will help EPA and its state, territory, and tribal partners to integrate and implement core water programs associated with the Clean Water Act, the Marine Protection and Sanctuaries Research Act, and the Safe Drinking Water Act. Tetra Tech will also help EPA promote sustainable water infrastructure practices through energy efficiency, water efficiency, green infrastructure, and other innovative environmental projects.

EPA Region 9 serves the Pacific Southwest, including Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, the Pacific Islands, and Tribal Nations. The Water Division  is responsible for providing clean and safe surface water, groundwater, and drinking water and protecting and restoring aquatic ecosystems.