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November 12, 2013
Global Water Technologies participates in energy, pipeline events
INDIANAPOLIS, November 12, 2013 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink: GWTR) will present at the 2013 Water Management & Nano Energy Summit this week at Rice University in Houston.
The summit will address state-of-the-art innovative solutions to the decades-old problems in the water and oil and gas sectors. These pioneering technologies are emerging rapidly into the market thanks to revolutionary breakthroughs in material science, nanoscience and computational power.
Global Water Technologies is pleased to participate in this industry-leading event organized by the Water Innovations Foundation, said CEO Erik Hromadka, who last week outlined opportunities for U.S. water advances at International Water Week in Amsterdam. The timing of this event is excellent, given the referendum passed by Texas votes last Tuesday to allocate some $2 billion of state funding for water infrastructure improvements.
In addition to Hromadka's presentation, the company's new WASIR subsidiary will also be featured in Boston at the Trenchless Technology Road Show, an event that highlights innovative construction and rehabilitation techniques for pipelines.
Dr. Tom Iseley will be speaking on asset management for assuring sustainability in water and sewer systems and participating in a new certification training program developed by Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) and the Buried Asset Management Institute - International.
Iseley has more than 35 years of experience in the planning, design and construction of underground infrastructure systems and has been a leader in the development of trenchless technology solutions in North America.
More information about the Water Management & Nano Energy Summit is available at: www.nanoevent.org
More information about the Trenchless Technology Roadshow is available at: www.trenchlessroadshows.com
More information about Global Water Technologies is available at: www.gwtr.com
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