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October 13, 2010
Global Water Technologies names new partnerships
INDIANAPOLIS, October 13, 2010 -- Global Water Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: GWTR) has added Benjamin Brant, CEO of Agregy Renewables, to its advisory board and become an affiliate of Indiana University's Research & Technology Corporation.
Agregy Renewables, is a company formed to commercialize and develop bio-intensive farm and energy systems around the world. Brant has 36 years of award-winning experience in water, waste, energy and sustainable development with both public and private companies. In 2004, he helped Global Water emerge from its reorganization.
We appreciate Benjamin Brant's previous work on behalf of the company and welcome his expertise as we continue to move forward, said Erik Hromadka, chairman and CEO of Global Water Technologies.
Hromadka also stressed the importance of the company's new affiliation with Indiana University's Research & Technology Corporation through its Emerging Technology Center in downtown Indianapolis.
When Global Water moved to Indiana, we knew that the state provided an excellent business environment and its university system has been a key asset for growing companies, Hromadka said. We look forward to exploring numerous new opportunities for innovation with Indiana University, one of the nation's leading research universities.
Additional information, including a third-quarter update, is available on the company's web site at: www.gwtr.com.
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