WVXU: Citilogics part of growing water tech hub

Maryanne Zeleznik
WVXU.org

Reporter Tana Weingartner and Jim Uber, principal at CitiLogics , discuss the growth of the water industry in Greater Cincinnati .  CitiLogics, founded in 2009, is a research and engineering company that focuses on making the operation and management of urban water infrastructure systems more efficient.

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