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September 1, 2007
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H2bid.com’s vision is to create an efficient market for commercial transactions in the water and wastewater industries. The site’s intention is to provide 24/7access to any water or wastewater contract opportunity anywhere in the world.

Water and wastewater utilities can find vendors who specifically serve these industries – wherever they may be in the world. Similarly, the Web site enables the world’s suppliers to the water and wastewater industries to be able to find any contract opportunity – wherever it may be in the world. H2bid.com enables water and wastewater utilities and their potential suppliers to find each other at a rate of speed that has never existed. In doing so, it enables utilities to fulfill their fiduciary obligation of getting the best product or service for the best price. Conversely, vendors now have a one-stop-shop to access water and wastewater contract opportunities all over the world. This is intended to lead to true competition, greater transparency and lower prices in the water and wastewater industries. Ultimately, everyone should win, including the ratepayers who can be assured that the various multimillion-dollar projects have been exposed to the world to produce the best bid (or tender).

Free registration allows you to search H2bid.com’s international database of water and wastewater contract opportunities and save them in your own personal bid folders. The database includes requests for proposal, requests for quote, requests for tender, invitations to bid, etc. You can preview summary information about each water and wastewater contract opportunities at no charge. You can purchase more detailed information about a contract opportunity for $7.95 each. You also can purchase a subscription for $5.25 per month. With your subscription, you can purchase detailed water and wastewater contract information at a reduced rate.

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