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Home > Press > NanoH2O, Inc. Selected by The Artemis Project™ as a 2011 Top 50 Water Company: NanoH2O only reverse-osmosis company recognized by The Artemis Project two years running

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NanoH2O, Inc. today announced that it has been chosen for the second year in a row by The Artemis Project™ as a Top 50 Water Companies Competition winner.

NanoH2O, Inc. Selected by The Artemis Project™ as a 2011 Top 50 Water Company: NanoH2O only reverse-osmosis company recognized by The Artemis Project two years running

El Segundo, CA | Posted on May 27th, 2011

"The Artemis Top 50 is the water industry's benchmark for recognizing innovation that will matter. It identifies the entrepreneurs that are applying technology to meet the world's water challenges," noted Laura Shenkar, principal at The Artemis Project. "Water tech is quickly becoming an engine for economic development and job growth. With these awards, we strive to identify the companies offering the most promising technologies coming onto the market."

"We are honored to be the only reverse osmosis membrane company recognized by the Artemis Project for the second year in a row," said Jeff Green, CEO of NanoH2O, Inc. "Addressing water scarcity through reverse osmosis desalination has long been challenged by high energy costs. Our patent-pending technology, which encapsulates benign nanoparticles into industry-proven polymer membrane material, significantly improves RO membrane efficiency and lowers energy consumption. With the recently announced commercial launch of our membrane technology, we are very optimistic about the potential impact of our technology on the overall desalination industry. We are grateful to be part of the Artemis Top 50 and to be associated with the Artemis Project as they promote solutions to address global water challenges."

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About NanoH2O, Inc.
NanoH2O, Inc. is a global provider of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes that change the fundamental economics of desalination. Based on breakthrough nanostructured materials and industry-proven polymer technology, thin-film nanocomposite (TFN) membranes improve desalination energy efficiency and productivity. Exhibiting the highest permeability (flux) on the market, NanoH2O’s reverse osmosis membranes maintain industry-standard salt rejection while purifying water from a broad range of sources. Designed to fit into new and existing desalination plants worldwide, NanoH2O’s membranes are at the forefront of combating critical water scarcity issues. NanoH2O is the 2010 Wall Street Journal Innovation Award winner in the environment category.

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: www.theartemisproject.com.

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NanoH2O, Inc.
Rachel Hoher
424-218-4037
Marketing Manager

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