Rhode Island Inno: These Ivy League Siblings Are Optimizing Wastewater Treatment

Industrial companies in the U.S. collectively use 18.2 billion gallons of water every day in order to run their operations. As a result, they also spend a whopping $106 billion every year to treat contaminants and waste that get in their water. 

Now, two Ivy League siblings think they can dramatically reduce these costs with their company H2Ok Innovations, a contaminant management platform that helps industrial and manufacturing businesses optimize water usage and treatment through predictive diagnostics. 

View full article in Rhode Island Inno.

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