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November 11, 2016
Global Water Technologies welcomes Water 2.0 event to Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS, November 11, 2016 -- Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink: GWTR) is pleased to announce a Water 2.0 conference will be held in Indianapolis on Wednesday, November 16 at the law firm of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP.
The conference focuses on digital transformation for the water industry and will feature a combination of local and national innovators in the sector. The event will also include discussion of the 2016 White House Water Summit and impacts of the election on infrastructure and innovation in water technologies.
This event is a very timely way to address important issues for 2017 and we look forward to highlighting solutions that will benefit water utilities, their customers and the communities they serve, said Erik Hromadka, CEO of Global Water Technologies. From trenchless technologies to non-chemical treatment, data analytics and behavioral science, there are many new ways to ensure that the quality and quantity of water needed is available in our future.
Click here to download an agenda for the event: Water 2.0 Indianapolis agenda
For registration information, please contact Vincent Caprio at 203-733-1949 or email@example.com
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