TechCrunch is reporting that Pure Water Technologies, a Seattle-based company with an existing facility in Arizona, is set to open an Atlanta office.
The company is the first in the country to open a new office in a state with a high number of high-quality, low-cost, clean water systems.
The company will use its Atlanta headquarters to test and deploy technologies for the development of new products and services for water-purifying, carbon-neutral products.
While the company has already announced plans to open its new office, the move will mark the first significant expansion of a Seattle office.
The company has more than 20 employees, and the company is currently in the process of purchasing its first building.
It is expected that Pure will begin working with the state of Arizona, as well as other local jurisdictions in the US and overseas.
Pure Water Systems has been working in Arizona for nearly five years, and recently started a new building in Mesa, Arizona, where it plans to build a new facility for the next two years.
The new office will bring Pure’s workforce to Arizona and bring its sales and marketing capabilities to the state.
Pure is also in talks to open additional offices in other US states and overseas, but the company declined to disclose the locations.
“Pure Water Technologies is excited to be a part of the growing Arizona water system,” Pure CEO and cofounder Sam Brown told TechCrunch.
“As the technology continues to evolve, we will expand the product and service offerings to meet the needs of our customers.”
According to the company’s website, the company currently has a total of 30 employees and has been in business since 2012.
As part of its new Seattle office, Pure will also be hiring staff, and will begin testing and deploying technologies to help customers optimize their water systems for carbon neutrality.
“We are excited to join forces with the City of Seattle and its innovative, water-saving water technology community to make the city a world leader in water efficiency,” Brown said.
“We are very pleased to be partnering with the city to provide our customers with a water system that is safe, efficient, and water-efficient at a fraction of the cost of comparable systems.”
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