GOLDEN, Colo. -- Global Water Technologies, Inc., a company utilizing advanced technologies and engineered solutions to provide process cooling water to industry and municipalities worldwide, announced that its water cooling subsidiary, Psychrometric Systems, Inc. (PSI) has been awarded a contract with Saskatchewan Power, a major utility in Western Canada. Under this contract, PSI will supply a composite structured water cooling tower for this utility, to provide 20,000 gallons per minute of cooling water for the Shand Power Station. A composite structural tower was chosen primarily due to its longevity and the fact that it does not contain toxic preservative chemicals, such as chromates, which have been known to leech into ground water supplies. "We are pleased to work with Saskatchewan Power in their effort to seek reliable, non-contaminating cooling water for their facility," stated George Kast, president and CEO. "Global Water Technologies employs technologies that treat water without the utilization of toxic chemicals and we see many new opportunities for our products and services as industry and individuals realize the effects of chemicals leeching into our ground water." SOURCE: Global Water Technologies, Inc.