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Tag Archives: Global Freshwater Seed Accelerator Program
In this installment of the Global Freshwater Seed Accelerator Spotlight, The Water Council sits down with Shajan John, President of NEW Works, a division of the consulting company, Mahattil International LLC. Shajan and NEW Works are late entrants into the Global Freshwater Seed Accelerator program, but have wasted no time getting up to speed and assembling a workstation in the Flow Lab at the Global Water Center, which will celebrate its launch on Monday, February 10, 2014. Continue reading
Tuesday, November 12 marked our 4th Quarter Member Meeting! Thank you to our host, A.O. Smith. It was great to see so many familiar faces in attendance, as well as many new ones. For those that were unable to attend, … Continue reading
This week’s edition of the Global Freshwater Seed Accelerator Spotlight Series finds us talking with Gaelle Burges, of Vegetal i.D. manager of the North American operations of a larger, French company, Le Prieuré, which has been in the green-roof business … Continue reading
This week, the Global Freshwater Seed Accelerator Spotlight talks with Noah Technologies, Inc. the start-up company behind Intelli-Sensor. President David Rice and Vice-President Dan Fish recall how the idea sprouted from a simple conversation at a Florida flea market. Welcome, … Continue reading
The 86th annual Water Environment Federation’s Technology Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) was held October 5-9, 2013 at the McCormick Place in downtown Chicago, IL. WEFTEC is the largest water-technology conference in North America, hosting over 17,000 attendees each year. If … Continue reading