Cleveland Water Alliance Showcases Network of Water Innovators at Erie Hack 2.0

The Cleveland Water Alliance welcomed a new batch of innovators to Erie Hack 2.0, a water innovation competition hosted by the group, on June 20 in conjunction with Cuyahoga50, marking the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Cuyahoga River fire.

Erie Hack is a $100,000 innovation competition designed to find and accelerate new solutions to Lake Erie’s biggest water quality challenges.

“There are so many great ideas and products coming to market to help keep our Great Lakes safe, healthy and accessible. We’re on the cusp of creating the first Smart Lake,” Bryan Stubbs, executive director of the Cleveland Water Alliance, said recently after the organization was recognized with a leadership award from the Great Lakes Protection Fund…READ MORE

Rita Flanagan