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The Aqua Conservation Services Team of the RHS Applied Engineering Club takes third place in the Thomas Edison Pitch Contest

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, the Aqua Conservation Services Team of the RHS Applied Engineering Club took third place in the Thomas Edison Pitch Contest with their invention, Hydrosave, a faucet attachment to monitor and reduce water usage.

On May 19th, the Edison Innovation Foundation gave awards to student team finalists from across the country in the annual Thomas Edison Pitch Contest. The finalists were chosen from 205 teams representing 546 students from 24 states and 4 countries. The student teams from elementary, middle and high school displayed great creativity and inventive spirit. We want to thank our partners Gilbane, New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance, PicoSolutions, and the Cobblefield Fund for supporting this exciting event.

The students pitched their invention ideas to our expert judge panel consisting of education professionals, Edison experts, and technical/business experts to win 3D Printers, Science Kits, and other fun prizes for their schools. It was the 11th year of hosting this competition, and the second year hosted digitally!

2 thoughts on “The Aqua Conservation Services Team of the RHS Applied Engineering Club takes third place in the Thomas Edison Pitch Contest

  1. The Aqua Conservation Services Team… I used to love watching that show on Sat mornings as a kid!

  2. Congrats to the team for their hard work and creativity

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