Water Council Mission:To align the regional fresh water research community and water-related industries to establish the Milwaukee region as the World Water Hub for water research, economic development, and education.
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This blog is the place to be for news on The Water Council and other interesting water-related content. Stay tuned as we bring you updates on what we're doing both in Milwaukee as well as internationally.
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Monthly Archives: February 2013
U.S. Water Alliance announced the winners of the 2013 U.S. Water Prize, and we were proud to see that Water Council member MillerCoors was one of the three winners. MillerCoors was recognized “for their innovative and comprehensive strategies to protect and … Continue reading
Natural Resource Technology (NRT), an environmental engineering and consulting firm currently based in Pewaukee, will be moving its offices in June 2013 to the fifth floor of 234 W. Florida Street, Milwaukee, in the Walker’s Point neighborhood. The move will allow … Continue reading
H2Oscore is a Milwaukee startup that is helping communities meet their water conservation needs. In Part I of this series, McGee Young, Founder of H2Oscore, described the benefits of Water Council membership and the birth of the company. In Part … Continue reading
The Water Council has an interesting role as a non-profit that works alongside many local for-profit companies. We get to see first hand how water companies respond to global demand for a whole host of water services. That demand will only … Continue reading