The Center for Watershed Protection (CWP) intends to develop training for the District of Columbia (the District) winter maintenance professionals on best practices for more efficient application of road salt. This “Smart Salting” training will include topics such as calibration, anti-icing, pre-wetting, application rates, monitoring and tracking, and equipment handling, with the goal of reducing the impacts of excess chloride on local waterways, as well as on public health and infrastructure. This project is the first phase of a three-part project: 1) Develop the Smart Salting training for Washington DC, 2) Conduct the training, and 3) Adapt the training to a Train-the-Trainer format so Washington DC staff can continue to deliver the training annually. The requested scope of work is for the first phase of this project – to develop training materials for the “Smart Salting” training.

Bids Requested by: July 29th at 5pm

Questions can be sent to Allison Lee at

The full RFP can be found in the link below: