WaterTectonics Named a GCCA Global Top 10 Winner

The Global Cleantech Cluster Association (GCCA) named WaterTectonics, a CleanTech Alliance member organization, as a Later Stage Award Global Top 10 Winner in the water technology category. The Global Top 3 and GCCA Grand Prize Winner will be announced in conjunction with the Global Solutions Summit (GSS) on December 13, 2016, in Arkansas.

Clean technology associations from across the globe nominate mid- to late-stage member companies each year. GCCA then evaluates each submission based on its Keystone Compact scoring methodology using data analytics across technology, value proposition, market position and attractiveness to investors.

WaterTectonics designs, manufactures, deploys and services integrated water treatment solutions for clients in oil & gas, mining, industrial and construction applications with a focus on informed design, new technologies, and superior performance. Since 1999, the company has deployed systems to more than 300 project sites around the world and treated over a billion gallons of water. The WaterTectonics team focuses on solving tough water treatment challenges by taking a rigorous and scientific approach to every single project. Through treatability studies, engineering design and project planning, WaterTectonics works hard to ensure that its clients achieve both technical and commercial success.

"The 2016 Global Top 10 Winners demonstrate investment grade, strong product differentiation, scalable business models and have market traction," said Dr Peter Adriaens, Head Judge of the GCCA Later Stage Awards and developer of the Keystone Compact. "Narrowing down the nominations from more than 105 to 10 follows a detailed and robust data analytics process. The 2016 Global Top 10 are some of the world's most sought after and up-and-coming equity-investable cleantech companies across our member clusters."

“WaterTectonics is a Washington State success story that has truly earned its place on the GCCA Global Top 10 list,” sad J. Thomas Ranken, President and CEO of the CleanTech Alliance. “The company is a valued CleanTech Alliance member that is pushing water treatment innovation to enhance our environment as well as our economy.”

GCCA provides access to capital, markets and insights. With a vision of driving sustainable, regional economic development on a global scale, the organization focuses on developing business models and financing innovations to allow cleantech clusters and companies to engage with institutional investors. GCCA is a fully independent open platform designed to support development towards a shared economy and low carbon prosperity. Since its launch in 2010, more than 50 clusters from across the world have joined the GCCA, representing 10,000 cleantech companies. Learn more at www.GlobalCleanTech.org.