Artemis Project : 2011 Top 50 Water Technologies Winners Awarded

The Artemis Water Tech Top 50 highlights the most promising water technologies of 2011. See this year’s listing at http://artemistop50.com/2011-winners/ .

Since 2009, The Artemis Project Top 50 has served as a primary resource for investors, water equipment and chemical companies and prospective customers for the most promising emerging water technology solutions. Eligible companies must have completed product development and have annual revenues of less than $25 million.

Laura Shenkar notes: “Over the past two years, we have developed a review process that gets to the essence of a company’s value and their potential going forward. With our analysis we are able to predict what water technologies will matter most in the next few years.”

The competition brings together leading experts in the water industry to evaluate the water technology solutions, its value in application, and the companies’ core team.

The judges for 2011 include: Paul Gagliardo, American Water; Rengarajan Ramesh, Angstroms; Andrew Salveson, Carollo Engineers; Steven Kloos, GE Water & Process Technologies; John Simpson, General Services Administration; Peter Williams, IBM Green Innovations; Jean Debroux, Kennedy Jenks; Chris Thompson, Nalco; Paul O’Callaghan, O2 Environmental; Peleg Chevion, Syngenta; Finn Nielsen and Bill Wescott, Veolia. U.S. EPA scientists and engineers participate in judging companies.

About The Artemis Project

The Artemis Project™ is a boutique consulting practice dedicated to helping companies thrive in a world of increasing water scarcity. We operate at the intersection of corporate strategy, advanced technology, investment and policy. We work with global corporations to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage through operational excellence in water management and assist advanced water technology companies in maximizing the value they bring to their customers.  For more information visit: http://www.theartemisproject.com.

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