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Industry Water Filtration, Inc.

Revolutionary new technology to expansion of the Aquaponics industry

Highlights

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Aquaponics: $600 million target market growing at 15% per year
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IWF tool replaces one (or more) workers formerly needed to maintain filtration equipment
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Nine years of product development at potential customer sites.
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Independent Testing completed at Fresno State University's International Center for Water Technology.
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Aquaponics farms consume almost no water in line with our goal of saving water
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IWF tool recovers all nutrients from aquaponics systems enhancing secondary income streams
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Patent awarded October 2015; 2 new patents are being written
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Small footprint unit treats large volumes for both biofilter and particulate filtration

Our Team

President

Inventor of IWF technology; Twenty-five years as an engineer in manufacturing; Inventor of innovations in chip manufacturing; Technical book author; Former researcher and Army officer

We want to make a large contribution to solving the water crisis. Aquaponics is the wave of the future for food production using almost no water. IWF wants to make a significant impact on water saving. The water crisis is very real and gets worse every year, as NASA has observed that most of the world's aquifers are threatening to run dry, some as early as 2050. We will have a big impact on Aquaponics, an industry that uses almost no water yet grows six times more crops per square foot than traditional farming.
Advisor
Mark is a professional startup CEO. He has worked with many startups in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. He was previously the water guru at Palo Alto Research Center, formerly Xerox PARC.
Vice President, Engineering
Paul is a retired Director of Hewlett-Packard Corporation. He is also an astute electrical engineer and the designer of the IWF electronic control system.

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