eWater makes Artemis Top 50
Tuesday 24 May 2011
eWater CRC has made the Artemis Top 50 for the second year in a row, this time for music, our urban stormwater quality improvement tool.
The award recognises advanced water and water-related technology companies as leaders in their field for helping to build water into one of the great high-growth industries of the 21st century.
The Artemis Project™ brings together a panel of industry experts annually to examine the most important innovations in water technology, their benefits in application and the team behind them. Last year eWater made the top 50 on the strength of eWater’s Source Catchments modeling software.
The judging criteria states: “In the team category, companies will be evaluated based on the diversity and combined experience of their management teams. The strongest candidates will have management teams with extensive business, scientific, product development and operations experience”.
In entering music, eWater highlighted music’s ease of use and the fact that it enables water practitioners to apply $10M of storm water quality research to their projects. The eWater entry pointed out the “game-changing” nature of music in the way it applies natural treatment measures at the design/ preapproval stage that allows the user to easily optimise their design, minimise cost and maximise potential water quality improvement.
We are very pleased to be recogised a second time for eWater's innovative water management products.