Global Water Technologies Inc. OTC: GWTR
Global Water Technologies, Inc.
351 W. 10th Street #537
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Global Water Technologies, Inc.
Global Water Technologies, Inc. (GWTR.PK) is a "clean technology" water treatment and services company providing innovative non-chemical and filtration technologies for process cooling water. The company utilizes its proprietary technologies and service programs to increase operating efficiencies and reduce water usage through comprehensive water management solutions. The focus of the company's efforts is on improving the use of process water in commercial and industrial applications. For example, by making more efficient use of water in providing cooling for commercial buildings and manufacturing operations, customers can realize both water and energy savings. An appreciation of environmentally friendly techniques that reduce the amount of chemicals introduced to such waters improves reuse and allows organizations and communities to protect their freshwater assets and lower costs. The company also explores new uses for its technologies and works to identify innovative solutions to other water treatment needs. Such areas include improved use of water resources in agriculture, manufacturing and wastewater treatment.
Global Water Technologies has a small patent portfolio that includes U.S. Patent No. 5,951,856 for Water Hardness Reduction Through Interactive Molecular Agitation and Filtration. The patent was issued in 1999 and the 12-year maintenance fee has been paid. On January 11, 2011, the company was issued U.S. Patent No. 7,867,470 for the On-Site Manufacture of Sulfuric Acid.
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Company Affiliations & Partnerships
Global Water Technologies, Inc. has developed a number of strategic partnerships with related companies, academic institutions and other organizations that seek to improve water efficiency.
The company is an affiliate of the Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation through its Emerging Technologies Center in downtown Indianapolis.
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Global Water plans to work on further development and commercialization with Agua Dulce, a world leader in alkaline water and soil treatment. Agua Dulce is an innovative company that uses sulfurous acid to treat water for agriculture, industry and other specialized uses.
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Global Water Technologies is pleased to announce that its new partnership with Martinek Water Management, GmbH, is moving forward with efforts to set up a pilot project in the United States to provide real-time monitoring of leak conditions and reduce loss in drinking water systems.
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WASIR LLC clients:
Underground Imaging Technologies (UIT systems]
WASIR Customers can be:
- Municipal and industrial owners of underground infrastructure systems
Regional, national and international contractors and consultants
Technology and financial solution providers
GreenSuite uses an innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform to provide data to utility companies and their customers on usage analytics. Users can track their consumption, make plans to improve efficiency, learn more about sustainability and earn rewards for such activity.
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Electric H2O, Inc. is a subsidiary of Global Water Technologies that utilizes non-chemical water treatment to prevent scaling in cooling towers through its line of ED2000™ ED2000PLUS™ and AquaPhysic™ systems. Developed through research at Drexel University, the three proprietary technologies address scale, microbiological growth, corrosion and fouling in cooling water systems. Reducing scale in such heat transfer equipment is a key way to improve efficiency and save energy. The ED2000™ line of products have been designed to use a patented electronic control box and offset coil enclosure to fit around pipes and deliver an oscillating electric field that precipitates dissolved solids into crystals so they do not form scale inside the equipment.
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Authorized Shares 1,000,000,000
Outstanding shares 17,131,605
100 Second Avenue South Suite 705S
St. Petersburg FL 33701
Your Executive Team
President, CEO and Chairman
Erik Hromadka serves as president and CEO of Global Water Technologies and president of its Electric H2O subsidiary. Hromadka has worked with a wide range of entrepreneurs as a communications and business consultant. Hromadka, 42, has been a shareholder of Global Water Technologies since 2002.
Board Member, Secretary & Treasurer
Tony Sandlin, vice president of Avocalon, Inc., has started several small businesses and is active in numerous professional associations. Sandlin, 42, is also certified as a commercial hot air balloon pilot and has flown at dozens of events across North America.
Hampshire, UK - John Thompson is the founder of Environmental Treatment Concepts, Ltd., and spent more than 20 years developing non-chemical water treatment solutions, with a specific focus on the use of electronic water technology.
Stephen J. Hopkins
Indianapolis, USA - Stephen J. Hopkins is co-author of Crafting Solutions for Troubled Businesses (Beard 2006) and has provided executive assistance to 150 public and private companies in navigating acquisitions, divestitures, complex operational and debt restructurings and international challenges.
Seattle, USA - Thomas Cripe brings 25 years of operational and technical experience in new technology commercialization, project management and international sales, with a focus on Asia and the Middle East and an emphasis on sustainable management of energy, forestry and water resources.
-Benjamin Brant has 36 years of award-winning experience in water, waste, energy and sustainable development with both public and private companies. In 2004, he helped Global Water emerge from its reorganization.
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