GRAND Rapids – Purily is a finalist in the recent Erie Hack initiative that was hosted at TechTown Detroit. Purily’s goal is to connect residents, restaurants, and charities to promote water conservation. They plan to do this by tracking residents’ water usage and providing residents estaurant discounts or other promotional incentives for conserving. They would like to use a portion of their revenues to support water projects overseas through charities to promote water access. Their team is currently composed of four engineering students from the University of Michigan.
Listen as Melissa Birnie interviews Rohan Dasika, Co-founder of Purily to discuss their experience participating in Erie Hack and the creation of Purily.