TWC Chapter Club Brookfield Central High School kicks off rain garden project

While COVID-19 means the Brookfield Central High School classrooms may be empty, the Water Council Chapter Club students continue to champion their coursework as well as projects outside the classroom. Chapter Club guest blogger Shaunak Raiker shares one ambitious, multi-year rain garden project that was inspired by a field trip to the Water Treatment Center in Waukesha. MORE

Winter Member Meeting Recap

It has been an amazing decade and we are so thankful to have members and partners like you to share it with. From becoming a 501(c)(3) in 2009, to opening in the Global Water Center in 2013 and now planning our 13th annual Water Leaders Summit, we want to thank you for your unwavering support. We can’t wait to see what 2020 has in store! Learn More.

BREW 4 winner continues its efforts toward water remediation

BREW 4 winner DMR International continues its efforts toward water remediation By: Karen Frost, VP Economic Development at The Water Council     Recently, Rick Latella of DMRI, Professor Bruce Eshelman and Medina Konjuhi of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (UWW) hosted Ben Benninghoff and Peter Wood of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) and Karen… Read More

The Water Council Fall 2018 Member Meeting Recap

The Water Council Fall 2018 Member Meeting Recap Thank you to MSOE University for hosting The Water Council’s final Member Meeting of 2018. StormGUARDEN – A Pilot Program Success Story Carrie Bristoll-Groll Principal/CEO, Stormwater Solutions Engineering Stormwater Solutions Engineering, a Pilot Program winner in 2017, over the past year deployed their StormGUARDen, a planter style… Read More