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“Pow! emPowering Opportunities in Water” launched by Veolia, The Water Council and Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation to encourage water entrepreneurs A national competition was launched yesterday to reward new ideas and approaches for improving sustainability and resiliency efforts in the … Continue reading
Transferring water research from the lab with a working prototype, to real world pilot sites The Water Council is now accepting applications for its Pilot Deployment Program which is designed to help transfer research from the lab with a working … Continue reading
1. Sewage Brewage SMACK DOWN WEFTEC15 will host the first ever sewage brewage SMACK DOWN as the two titans of treatment enter the ring at WEF’s Innovation Pavilion on Sept. 29 at 4 PM. The Beast of the East—Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewer District—takes on the Best … Continue reading
The Water Council and the innovationExchange rollout the Global Water Port – the most comprehensive tool of its kind In conjunction with its participation at WEFTEC®, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference taking place in Chicago Sept. … Continue reading
September 9th marked the third Quarterly Member Meeting of 2015! Through the course of the afternoon, attendees discovered new opportunities at WEFTEC 2015, learned about water stewardship, and met the new BREW Crew. Thank you to ABB in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin … Continue reading
The Water Council was delighted to receive the “Expanding Sector: Advancing Wisconsin’s Position in the World Marketplace” award from the Wisconsin Economic Development Association (WEDA) at the 2015 Community & Economic Development Awards Ceremony. This award category recognizes efforts at … Continue reading
The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) is now excepting applications from overseas companies to Environmental and Water Sector Business Matching Program in Osaka. Japan’s Kansai area, including Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto, is home to a number of Japan’s largest corporations and … Continue reading
Please join Wells Fargo, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD), Fund for Lake Michigan, The Water Council, and special guest Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (invited) in announcing partner funding towards the Pilot Project, a new initiative lead by The Water Council. … Continue reading
An Interview with Matt Howard, The Water Council’s new Director of Alliance for Water Stewardship-North America
What past experiences drew you to The Water Council and your current role as the Director of Alliance for Water Stewardship-North America? My background in economics led me into the nascent field of sustainability early on in my career. My … Continue reading
ALLIANCE FOR WATER STEWARDSHIP OFFERING TWO DAYS OF TRAINING Southern California, July 28-29 The Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) will be hosting two days of training on the AWS International Water Stewardship Standard in southern California at a location to … Continue reading