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June 15, 2013
Global Water Technologies releases "Smart water for a healthy economy"
Plan outlines sustainable water infrastructure opportunity for Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS, June 15, 2013 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink: GWTR) has released "Smart water for a healthy economy", a plan that outlines Indiana's opportunity to lead the nation with innovation and entrepreneurship in sustainable water infrastructure.
The plan addresses the problems of aging drinking water infrastructure which now loses some 20 percent of treated water before it gets to customers and results in hundreds of daily water main breaks in the United States. Rising prices, water shortages and growing demand all compound the problem.
Indiana is uniquely positioned to show leadership and create innovative solutions, as it overlaps two of the nation's leading water technology clusters in the emerging Great Lakes region for water-related economic development.
Global Water Technologies is discussing that opportunity with leaders across the state and has proposed a unique "living laboratory" concept to demonstrate how several new technologies can be used to develop new solutions for reducing water loss.
Growing national attention to the issue is creating interest among communities and potential funding partners that recognize the future potential for "smart water" solutions.
For more information about participating, please contact Global Water Technologies.
The "Smart water for a healthy economy" (.pdf file) plan is available on the company's web site at gwtr.com.
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