A follow-up on a story we first brought you back in September on the closing of a water-purification company based in Windsor, Vermont, that left 32 people without work.
Seldon Technologies has officially begun the process of selling off its personal and intellectual property assets with the help of a local auction company. The auction is being conducted by Thomas Hirchak Co. of Williston, Vermont, which is accepting bids on a variety of equipment and property – now through Dec. 3. Seldon abruptly closed its doors on Sept. 28 after nearly 13 years of designing and manufacturing water purification devices used in underprivileged communities around the world.
The building that housed Seldon Technologies, located in the Windsor Technology Park on 31 Depot Avenue, is not up for auction, as it’s co-owned by Seldon founder Alan Cummings, and houses several other tenants.
Cummings founded Seldon in 2002 before selling the business to a South African company in 2013.