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June 18, 2015
Global Water Technologies first to join new California on-line deal platform for water
Water crisis creates new marketplace as watercluster.com connects industry leaders, innovative solutions
INDIANAPOLIS and SANTA MONICA, June 18, 2015 -- Finding the world's most innovative water solutions just became easier with watercluster.com, an on-line deal platform to connect technology, talent and investors that can solve urgent water problems compounded by record drought on the West Coast.
"Southern California is a key, dynamic market for innovation and the perfect place to introduce a new paradigm for matching new water technology, talent and services from around the world," says founder Thomas Schumann, who was inspired to launch the on-line venture by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Water Technology Innovation Cluster Program.
Schumann seeks "disruptive collaboration" through the on-line site, which allows members to work together and match needs with solutions in a real-time environment. The watercluster.com platform enables water industry leaders, tech companies, investors, universities, corporates, utilities, governments, NGOs and service providers to connect, communicate, collaborate and conduct business.
The first member to join watercluster.com is Global Water Technologies (OTC: GWTR), an emerging company working to commercialize new solutions that improve efficiency in water and wastewater infrastructure.
"This industry needs a dynamic marketplace where resources can quickly be matched and deployed to address the growing need for new water solutions," says Erik Hromadka, CEO of Global Water Technologies. "We look forward to being part of this exciting new venture."
Schumann's decision to launch watercluster.com in the Los Angeles market allows him to leverage the nation's largest Metropolitan Water District to drive positive change at ground zero of California's and America's water challenges.
Focusing on creating social good and financial value watercluster.com promotes and advocates the value of water and its impact on all aspects of society.
More information is available at: http://www.watercluster.com
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