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INDIANAPOLIS, February 14, 2011 -- Global Water Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: GWTR) is pleased to participate as a supporting organization in Water Tech Week 2011, held in San Jose, California on February 14-17.
We had the opportunity to attend the inaugural event in 2010 and look forward to an even larger gathering of innovators and investors in water technology, said Erik Hromadka, chairman and CEO of Global Water Technologies. It is good to see the growing interest in this sector and many strategic opportunities to build relationships and create value in the new year.
Shareholders and guests of Global Water Technologies will be eligible for a 15% discount on conference registration. For more information, please visit: Water Tech Week 2011
ABOUT GLOBAL WATER TECHNOLOGIES:
Global Water Technologies, Inc. (GWTR.PK) is a clean technology water treatment and services company that provides innovative non-chemical and filtration technologies. Global Water also builds strategic partnerships to identify, develop and commercialize new technologies to improve water efficiency.
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