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November 1, 2015
Global Water Technologies and AquiSense Technologies sign MOU for UV LEDs
INDIANAPOLIS, FLORENCE and AMSTERDAM, November 1, 2015 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink: GWTR) is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with AquiSense Technologies, a Kentucky company that is unveiling the world's first UV-C LED production product for water disinfection at Aquatech Amsterdam.
We are pleased to take the first steps toward working with a company that has developed truly innovative new technology for more efficient water treatment, said Erik Hromadka, CEO of Global Water Technologies. In 2013, we presented at International Water Week in Amsterdam on new opportunities from our region of the United States and we're excited to see this new technology as a great example.
Both Global Water Technologies, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, and AquiSense Technologies, based in Florence, Kentucky, are part of a regional water cluster formed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Small Business Administration to drive innovation and entrepreneurship in the water sector.
We are honored to be one of just eight companies to exhibit in the Amsterdam Innovation Pavilion, said Oliver Lawal, founder and CEO of AquiSense Technologies. Our compact PearlAqua product marks a key milestone as the first production volume UV-C LED water disinfection system. It is the result of eight years of development work, over $5 million of investment and hundreds of hours of user interactions.
Global Water Technologies is an initial customer of the PearlAqua system, which began shipping this week and uses state-of-the-art LED technology to provide water disinfection without the use of chemicals or mercury-based UV lamps. We look forward to working with AquiSense to identify new opportunities to commercialize this innovative technology where traditional UV applications may not have been feasible, Hromadka said.
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