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April 18, 2012
Water + technology highlighted by Indianapolis mayor
INDIANAPOLIS, April 18, 2012 -- Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard highlighted water and technology as main themes in his 2012 State of the City address and praised a collaborative local environment that is developing opportunities in the two emerging sectors.
Word is getting out that we have established Indianapolis as the clean-water leader by using a collaborative, innovative, sustainable, and cost-effective approach, Ballard said in his annual speech to city leaders gathered at DeveloperTown, a hub of young emerging tech companies.
Ballard discussed a major infrastructure project to divert sewage from city waterways that is kicking off later this month as the first step in reconnecting many of the city's neighborhoods to local water resources. Last week, Indianapolis hosted the U.S. Conference of Mayors Water Council and Ballard outlined the environmental and economic benefits of such actions and future efforts to modernize water infrastructure.
The mayor also praised the city's dynamic technology community, which includes organizations like Verge, TechPoint and the new 16Tech community north of the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus.
As active members of these groups, we welcome the mayor's vision to make water and technology key components of our city's future business development, said Erik Hromadka, CEO of Global Water Technologies. Water technology is an emerging area that presents great opportunities for economic development and Indianapolis has created an excellent environment to foster that growth.
More information about the mayor's agenda and a copy of his remarks is available at: http://www.indy.gov/eGov/Mayor/Pages/home.aspx
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