Water innovators wanted for Hamilton’s next Pipeline H2O class
Story excerpt provided by Journal News.
Written by Mike Rutledge.
With water problems pervasive around the globe, the Pipeline H2O program, which helps water-technology companies solve water and sewage problems, is seeking candidates from around the world to join its Class of 2018.
Eight to 10 water-tech companies or organizations will be chosen to receive mentoring and compete for cash prizes.
The program, based in Hamilton and Cincinnati, matches promising companies with area utilities, such as Greater Cincinnati Water Works and Hamilton’s well-known water utility, regional universities, city governments, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the prestigious Village Capital community network, another group that works to foster growing businesses.
Originally published September 13, 2017.
Click here to read the complete article.
Leave a Reply