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May 16-17, 2011
Global Water Technologies attends Dayton Water Conference
INDIANAPOLIS, May 16, 2011 -- Global Water Technologies. Inc. (GWTR.PK) is attending the Dayton Water Conference, as part of an effort to connect regional water resources with those working to bring innovative new solutions to the growing sector.
"There's increasing awareness of how developing new water technologies can benefit our national economy and it's exciting to see that take place here in the Midwest," said CEO Erik Hromadka. "Our region has a number of excellent resources and we welcome the opportunity to collaborate with others who are committed to enhancing treatment and improving water efficiency."
More information on the event is available at: www.daytonwaterconference.com.
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