Global Water Technologies welcomes Indianapolis Water Technology Roundtable

INDIANAPOLIS, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Global Water Technologies (OTC Pink:
GWTR) is supporting a water technology roundtable in Indianapolis on Tuesday,
March 11 that is being coordinated by the German American Chamber of Commerce of
the Midwest.

The event will be held at Barnes & Thornburg in downtown Indianapolis and
includes remarks from Mayor Greg Ballard, Mario Soos, Deputy Consul General of
the Federal Republic of Germany in Chicago and Michael Huber, president & CEO of
the Indianapolis Chamber.

The roundtable will discuss water technology opportunities including efficient
water infrastructure as a driver for a healthy local economy and opportunities
for collaboration between innovative companies in Europe and the Great Lakes
region. It is part the German American Water Technology Initiative that was
established in 2011 to increase know-how, technology and economic exchange among
water experts, policy makers, organizations and private businesses on both sides
of the Atlantic.

“This event is a perfect example of the regional efforts that Global Water
Technologies has been supporting, with Indiana overlapping two of the leading
water technology clusters in the United States,” said Erik Hromadka, CEO of
Global Water Technologies. “Indianapolis has a vibrant tech community and water
technologies is an emerging opportunity for our city, state and region.”

Global Water Technologies has been working with Indiana University Purdue
University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) to create a living laboratory for water
technologies and addressed those efforts last year at International Water Week
in Amsterdam.

The event is open to the public and registration information is available at:
http://www.gaccmidwest.org/events

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

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SOURCE Global Water Technologies, Inc.

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