DRiWATER, manufacturer of pioneering water conservation technology, today announced that Director of Research and Development, Mr. Harold Jensen, has received a nomination for the Stockholm Water Prize. In celebrating its ten-year jubilee,
The Stockholm Water Foundation will announce the Water Prize Laureate in March 2000 in connection with the United Nations World Day for Water. The Stockholm Water Prize is awarded to an institution, organization, private individual or company that has made a substantial contribution to the conservation of the world’s water resources, with emphasis on the last ten years.
“DRiWATER is an irrigation innovation that goes a long way towards maximizing water’s productivity. If water scarce countries begin to integrate DRiWATER into their existing irrigation scheme, they will save millions of gallons of water a year.” says Mr. Jensen. “I am honored to receive this nomination and hope that it will contribute to a new era in water conservation.”
Mr. Jensen has devoted the last ten years to DRiWATER. He has perfected the manufacturing process, designed new application methods, and has spread DRiWATER’s use to more than 30 countries.