ICF International has received a $19.8 million blanket purchase agreement from the Environmental Protection Agency to provide technical and analytical support for EPA’s efforts to phase out substances that can damage the Earth’s ozone layer.
The company will work with EPA’s Office of Atmospheric Protection Stratospheric Protection Division to create and implement programs to help stop the production and consumption of ozone-depleting chemicals, ICF said Friday.
The company also seeks to help SPD evaluate new technology for the ozone protection initiative as well as support dissemination of information about environmentally-friendly options globally.
The BPA contains one base year and four option years.
ICF said it has supported EPA’s programs to protect and restore the stratospheric ozone layer over the past three decades.