Global Water Technologies sees growing interest in water efficiency tools

INDIANAPOLIS, April 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Global Water Technologies (OTC
Pink: GWTR) notes increasing water prices and limited supplies are increasing
demand for tools that improve the efficiency of water distribution systems.

The company has assembled innovative technologies for improving water
efficiency, ranging from sensors and software that reduce leaks and pipeline
rehabilitation techniques to customer dashboards that improve usage data. All
fit into the company’s “People + Pipes + Policy” approach and can be used by
water utilities to better manage drinking water distribution and improve
customer service.

One example is GreenSuite, a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that
helps utility customers better understand their billing patterns, learn about
conservation and infrastructure issues and save money through rewards and
competition. Such services are being adopted among electric utilities, with
companies such as Opower providing demand-side solutions, and rapidly increasing
water rates and periods of shortage are highlighting the need for similar water
solutions.

Global Water Technologies is in discussions with potential investors and water
utilities about opportunities to deploy GreenSuite in beta testing to improve
service for water customers.

Separately, the company has also submitted a proposal for a national research
project on water efficiency at airports, in partnership with two leading
universities and two private sector partners.

Global Water Technologies organized the research team in response for a request
for proposals on an 18-month project to identify management strategies that
improve water efficiency at airports in the United States. If selected for the
project, the research would begin in the second half of the year.

More information about Global Water Technologies is available at: www.gwtr.com

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or achievements. The company has no obligation to update these forward-looking
statements.

SOURCE Global Water Technologies, Inc.

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