Global Water Technologies, Inc.
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Indiana gets $436 million for water infrastructure and innovation.


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Global Water Technologies previews IndianaWater.org at WEFTEC.


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Global Water Technologies completes graduate student project on smart city solutions.


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Global Water Technologies and WatchTower Robotics to test smart water/city solutions.


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Global Water Technologies welcomes Congresswoman Susan Brooks to smart cities caucus.


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Graham Symmonds joins Global Water Technologies advisory board.


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Global Water Technologies releases annual shareholder letter.





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Recent News & Events

May 10, 2017


Global Water Technologies participates in smart water events

INDIANAPOLIS, May 10, 2017 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC: GWTR) participated in Smart Cities Week in Silicon Valley and WaterVent in Philadelphia where the future of data-driven systems were discussed in the context of drinking water distribution.

Indianapolis and Philadephia were two of the five winning cities in the 2017 Smart Cities Council Challenge Grant that highlighted smart water as areas of focus. The national competition that drew more than 130 applicants identified cities that are ready to adopt new technologies using sensors and software to collect data in real-time and improve efficient delivery of services.

Global Water Technologies has been working with key partners to implement such “smart water” solutions that can be used to improve customer service and reduce water loss from hidden leaks and water main breaks. Aging infrastructure in the United States and increasing water bills are driving demand for better data from water utilities, regulators and customers.


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