FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ZwitterCo Selected for the Imagine H2O 2019
Somerville, MA (December 19th, 2018)
ZwitterCo, Inc. has been selected for Imagine H2O’s 2019 accelerator cohort and will be participating in the Water Innovation Week in San Francisco from March 18-21st. ZwitterCo is one of thirteen companies chosen for the year-long accelerator program from an original 255 applicants.
“It is an honor to join the global Imagine H2O community”, said Alex Rappaport, ZwitterCo’s CEO. He further added, “the opportunity to engage with a network of talented and experienced individuals means that there is huge potential to learn and accelerate progress. The most exciting part is knowing that we will have the chance to meet and work with a diversity of industry stakeholders in the coming year.”
ZwitterCo’s VP of Business Development, Aditi Deorukhakar, commented that “the problem we are solving resonates with those who are familiar with the challenges in the wastewater treatment industry. The Imagine H2O program will help us advance the deployment of our solutions.”
Imagine H2O is the world’s leading accelerator for emerging water innovators, providing portfolio companies with workshops, marketing and industry visibility, and access to mentors, investors, and customers. Since its founding in 2009, Imagine H2O has worked with 90 companies that have raised over $275M, representing 10% of the early-stage investment in the water sector in the last decade. The support that companies receive from the accelerator helps them advance market implementation and 82% of Imagine H2O alumni companies are still in operation today.
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ZwitterCo, Inc. provides a suite of revolutionary membrane solutions for the cost-effective treatment of highly-impaired wastewater. Based on new polymer chemistry invented at Tufts University, ZwitterCo's fouling-resistant membrane products reduce operating costs, improve discharge quality, and enable the reuse of wastewater in industries around the world.