Puralytics sees strong demand for SolarBag
By Drew Dakessian, Sustainable Business Oregon intern
SolarBag given to a girl in Haiti as a part of an aid project.
“We are completing pilot tests of an ultra-pure water version of the Shield,” said Owen.
Eight full-time and six part-time employees comprise Puralytics, which is in the midst of raising its Series A investment. It is seeking a syndicate partner to complete the round.
Owen, meanwhile, was inducted into the Pivotal Leaders this year, joining a class of Pacific Northwest executives who have been singled out for their leadership in the cleantech industry.
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