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January 24, 2017
Global Water Technologies promotes smart city initiative
INDIANAPOLIS, January 24, 2017 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink: GWTR) is promoting innovative solutions for water efficiency as part of a smart city initiative being planned for 2017.
The company is presenting at the first meeting of the North American alliance of the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) that is being held on January 25 at Qualcomm headquarters in San Diego. More than 250 of the top smart water leaders are expected to attend the "Tapping Technologies for Water Utilities" workshop.
The company has also been working with the City of Indianapolis, which will also be presenting on January 25 at a smart city symposium in Chicago. Some information about those efforts was published in a recent blog post on Our Water Counts. Additional information will be released as it becomes available.
Global Water Technologies has been part of the 16 Tech innovation district planned for Indianapolis and held a technology demonstration there in February 2016. Development in that area of Indianapolis slowed later in the year, after issues related to water quality were raised by U.S. EPA. In September, the company submitted public comment in favor of a local option to resolve the issue and a decision in the matter is expected shortly. The vision for 16 Tech was outlined in this video presentation and the company believes it provides an excellent opportunity to showcase smart water solutions.
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