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NOTE: The Solicitations and topics listed on this site are copies from the various SBIR agency solicitations and are not necessarily the latest and most up-to-date. For this reason, you should visit the respective agency SBIR sites to read the official version of the solicitations and download the appropriate forms and rules.


If no search results for your keyword(s) were found, you are encouraged to review Agency omnibus solicitations for additional funding opportunities. Omnibus solicitations are structured to be broad, extensive Programmatic issuances with research areas related to the petitioning Agency and are not limited to predetermined Topics/Subtopics. If upon reviewing you have additional questions, you may consider reaching out to the respective Agency for clarification regarding acceptable proposals (https://www.sbir.gov/agency-contacts).

  1. 1: Clean and Safe Water

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Decentralized wastewater treatment (septic system) technologies for intentional non-potable reuse Technologies to process, sort and identify microplastics In-stream aquatic trash capture technologies Sensors to detect high priority contaminants of emergin ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  2. 2: Air Quality & Climate

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Ambient air monitoring technology for air toxics Continuous Emission Monitoring System for metal HAPs Air monitoring technology for methane emissions from fugitive sources Technologies that reduce exposure to radon in buildings Technologies for improved r ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  3. 3: Homeland Security

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Innovative technology solutions that build community resilience to disasters Miniaturized oil spill droplet size sensor for emergency response underwater vehicles 3 EPA SBIR 2022-2023 Phase I Solicitation Environmental Protection Agency ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  4. 4: Circular Economy/Sustainable Materials

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Innovative technologies that help consumers prevent food waste in the acquisition, preparation, and storage of food Innovative technologies or materials that will improve the U.S. recycling system Innovative reduction, reuse, and recycling solutions to ad ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  5. 5: Safer Chemicals

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    PCB-free color Rubber anti-degradant technologies for tires and other rubber products that are lower concern for human health and the environment Innovative enhanced efficiency fertilizers 5 EPA SBIR 2022-2023 Phase I Solicitation Environmental Protection ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  6. 6: Risk Assessment

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Software tools and machine-learning applications for systematic review in science assessment for chemical evaluation 6 EPA SBIR 2022-2023 Phase I Solicitation Environmental Protection Agency ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  7. 1A: Decentralized wastewater treatment (septic system) technologies for intentional non-potable reuse

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Modular DNW technologies that intentionally reuse wastewater as an alternative to the conventional residential septic system. Proposed technologies will need to comply with future state level treatment requirements to protect public health. Ideally, technologies would be passive requiring minimal maintenance by homeowners or renters. Innovation is needed to make the technologies cheaper, easier to ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  8. 1B: Technologies to process, sort and identify microplastics

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Technologies to better characterize environmental samples of microplastics (5 mm – 1 nm or any defined subset) in environmental matrices such as water, wastewater, or soil. Technologies could include artificial intelligence or other methods to rapidly identify plastics. Of particular interest is the extraction and identification of nanoplastics from complex environmental matrices. Also of intere ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  9. 1C: In-stream aquatic trash capture technologies

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Relatively low-cost technologies that can be used to capture trash in streams or rivers before ultimate removal from the environment. Technologies must be suitable for use by smaller municipalities or non-governmental organizations that may not have much experience with using such devices, and must therefore be easy to install, clean out and maintain. Relevant direction on conditions under which t ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
  10. 1D: Sensors to detect high priority contaminants of emerging concern (including PFAS)

    Release Date: 06-15-2022Open Date: 06-15-2022Due Date: 08-23-2022Close Date: 08-23-2022

    Innovative technologies for the rapid detection of contaminants of emerging concern in water. Contaminants of highest priority include total PFAS, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, and stimulants. Technologies should be field-deployable, cost-effective, robust, user-friendly, sensitive and capable of detecting CECs in complex water environments including drinking water, groundwater, surface water and w ...

    SBIRPhase IEnvironmental Protection Agency
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