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January 21, 2013
Global Water Technologies targets site for pilot project in "living laboratory"
Collaborative effort seeks "smart water grid" solutions for sustainable infrastructure
INDIANAPOLIS, January 21, 2013 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink: GWTR) is targeting a local neighborhood as a pilot site for developing "smart water grid" solutions for sustainable water infrastructure.
The company is supporting the Riverside Watershed Environmental Living Lab for Sustainability (RWELLS) in an area just north of downtown Indianapolis.
"We are pleased to join a number of local partners in this effort to create, deploy, test, research and refine innovative water technologies," said CEO Erik Hromadka. "We look forward to developing local solutions that can be used across the city, state and country."
More information (.pdf file) about the RWELLS effort is available here.
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