We all know that water is a precious resource. Yet, from hydration and agriculture, to its power to create renewable energy, water still remains over used and under utilized. Developing nations struggle to provide filtered, clean water. Argo-business and municipalities loose too much water to leaks. Food/Beverage processors don’t recycle enough. The kinetic energy in oceans and waterways lays largely untapped. The list goes on and on.

By most projections, the world population is expected to reach 10 billion by 2050. It’s clear this is unsustainable. If nothing is done by 2025, nearly two-thirds of the world’s population will be water stressed. Growing populations are already placing demands on freshwater resources and the quality of those resources is diminishing due to runoff and other pollution.

Emerging technologies that make us more sustainable and responsible with the Earth and our natural resources are a rapidly growing sector of the economy. This includes not only the development of sustainable sources of energy, but technologies that ensure we use this precious resource efficiently and sustainably.

At Technica Communications, we understand the unique challenges of water-innovation firms and other “blue tech” companies, as well as the certifications required for specific markets. We work with our clients to gain them the highest level of exposure among their target markets and know how to make them shine in front of skeptic decision makers.  Bluetech is different than cleantech and Technica’s veteran water journalists and seasoned PR professionals understand these subtle nuances.

Domain Expertise Includes:

  • Hydro/Wave & Tidal Power
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Water Desalination
  • Water Monitoring
  • Water Testing & Treatment