Water Technology giving away free iPad to one lucky registrant

Nov. 5, 2012

BIRMINGHAM — We are asking all users to register for the new site, and one lucky registrant will win a new iPad.

BIRMINGHAM — After several months of research, planning and development, we are now pleased to offer you the new, diverse WaterTechOnline.com. This modern website was developed with our visitors’ current and future information needs in mind.

Moving forward the Water Technology staff will continue to update and enhance the new WaterTechOnline.com. In order to maximize your user experience, we are asking all users to register for the new site. We are also offering a prize — a free iPad — to one lucky registrant. So, enter your information today to be put into a pool for the prize.

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On the new site visitors now have the ability to search effortlessly through topics that appeal most to them. As educational how-to and technical content continue to be the centerpiece of this site, you will notice that we now have the capability to deliver this information in 21st century, multimedia ways. Content that is easier to share, stream, download, print, cross-reference, use for networking and training purposes and more.   

Our newly redesigned website offers a more interactive experience and focuses on a community-based forum to exchange ideas among water treatment professionals. We will be offering up even more news, information and stories happening from across the globe.

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