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August 13, 2017
Global Water Technologies targets Indiana water infrastructure for innovation
INDIANAPOLIS, August 13, 2017 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC: GWTR) is targeting Indiana water infrastructure for innovation, including deployment of smart water tools that improve efficiency in distribution and collection systems. This effort continues work that has been underway for several years and is expected to benefit from recently announced federal funding for water infrastructure in the state.
Following July's successful readiness workshop in Indianapolis that resulted from the 2017 Smart Cities Council Challenge Grant and highlighted smart water as areas of focus, the company learned that Indiana was one of 12 entities in the United States to be shortlisted for a new federal program supporting innovative water infrastructure. The program, which is being coordinated through the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), was supported by Global Water Technologies in 2013-14 and the company has participated in the agency's water cluster initiative to drive innovation in the sector since 2011.
Global Water Technologies is in active discussions with several potential partners to move forward with participation in the Indiana opportunities, which are expected to begin during the state's 2017-18 budget year and take place in numerous communities across Indiana.
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