Indiana Public Schools selects 120WaterAudit to implement water sampling

May 30, 2017
State contracts technology for water sampling in over 700 public schools.

INDIANAPOLIS, MAY 30, 2017 -- 120WaterAudit, a water quality technology and testing company, founded by Indianapolis tech veterans Megan Glover and Chris Baggott, along with David Kohl, ofCWM Environmental, today announced the company was selected as the technology and laboratory coordination provider to help with drinking water testing in more than 700 public schools throughout Indiana.

120WaterAudit will leverage its technology expertise to assist with lab analysis for testing specific to this project.

"As a growing Indiana based technology and services company, we are thrilled to have been selected by the Indiana Finance Authority to participate in such an important and meaningful program," said Megan Glover, Co-Founder and CEO of 120WaterAudit. "Indiana's emphasis on drinking-water sampling in public schools is among the best we've seen across the United States and we look forward to setting a precedent for others to follow."

About 120WaterAudit
120WaterAudit is a water quality technology and testing company that helps public water utilities and facility directors execute sampling events that test for lead and other harmful regulated drinking water contaminants. The company's test kits and technology platform help stakeholders execute sampling programs and manage under-utilized-data to make macro-level infrastructure and public health decisions. The company, headquartered in Zionsville, was launched in 2016 by Megan Glover, Chris Baggott and David Kohl.For more information about 120WaterAudit visit

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