Atlanta, GA, December 05, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Water Transit Solutions (WTS), an African American owned and operated mobile water equipment and advanced technology company, gave the US Senate a briefing on a 21st century methodology for delivering clean water to residential, commercial and government agencies.
President & CEO Melvin Forbes and the WTS executive team unveiled new tools, technologies and techniques that will revolutionize this new industry that is focused on water.
“The WTS strategic model and methodology was developed and placed into modules of futuristic algorithms that will generate clean water and hundreds of thousands of new jobs for every level of the employment spectrum, from no degree to a PhD,” stated Forbes.
WTS was hosted by US Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) the Ranking Member of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Committee. He is a senior member of the Senate Environment & Public Works (which includes water), and Foreign Relations committees. He also serves on the Senate Finance Committee. Senator Cardin stated, “It is a joy as Senator to serve and support innovative entrepreneurs especially when it has national impact like the solutions WTS has developed.”
Bobby Wilkerson, Board Chairman of WTS, commented, "WTS will host a conference on 'What’s in Your Water?' along with its local, state and federal strategic partners. The conference is scheduled for first Quarter of 2019."
Coming soon: The WTS BC²=MG project.
Water Transit Solutions (WTS) is an innovative, environmentally-friendly company. Our mobile water equipment and advanced technology provides just-in-time deployment during disasters and other water crises, while our consumer and research-driven divisions bring cutting-edge solutions to home and bottled water sectors. The company focus is to bring clean water to people during emergency scenarios and in everyday life via proprietary water delivery solutions. www.watertransitsolutions.com
About Gillem Logistics Center
Gillem Logistics Center (the former Fort Gillem Army Base) is an 1168-acre master planned park that can accommodate over 8 million square feet of industrial space and one-half million square feet of mixed-use buildings. The state-of-the-art regional distribution and e-commerce logistics center is fully zoned and entitled, with new infrastructure including a four-lane divided spine road, a GA Power substation and fiber within the park. Located within the city limits of Forest Park, Ga., Gillem Logistics Center is within 4.5 miles of Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, 12 miles from downtown Atlanta and close proximity to I-285, I-75 and I-85. It is within one-half mile of the Anvil Block interchange of I-675. www.gillemlogisticscenter.com