Trailblazing in storm water

TRAILBLAZING IN STORM WATER CARRIE BRISTOLL-GROLL IMPACTS THE INDUSTRY AS AN ENGINEER, BUSINESS OWNER & MENTOR Posted by Lauren Baltas from Storm Water Solutions Publication on July 2018 “I’m like, what is engineering?” As a college student, Carrie Bristoll-Groll, now principal civil engineer and CEO of Stormwater Solutions Eng. LLC (SSE), did not see engineering… Read More

Water World

Water World Academic research and economic development meet at the Global water Center in walker’s Point Written by Anna Miller at Milwaukee Magazine The red-brown brick and rounded windows of the Global Water Center blend with the Walker’s Point establishments that surround it at the bend of Menomonee River. But its insides contain multitudes, from… Read More

Stonehouse Water Technologies raises $1.55 million in first funding round

Stonehouse Water Technologies raises $1.55 million in first funding round Posted by Lauren Anderson from BizTimes on Nov 29, 2017 Stonehouse Water Technologies LLC, an early-stage Milwaukee startup that develops water purification products, has raised $1.55 million in its first funding round, the company announced today. The funding will allow the startup, which has developed patent-pending… Read More

Accelerator winners announced at Water Summit 2016

BREW Accelerator program funds six startups The Water Council and Wis. Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch announced today the fourth round of winners of the BREW (Business Research Entrepreneurship in Wisconsin) Accelerator program during a special ceremony at the ninth annual Water Summit in Milwaukee. Six startups were chosen to participate in the fourth year of… Read More

Milwaukee Company Donates Clean Water System

When the folks at Stonehouse Water Technologies of Milwaukee were contacted about helping with Kewaunee County’s water issues, they had no idea that conditions were worse there than some of the Third World countries the company has worked with. Charles Bensinger, director of water analytics at Stonehouse, said in Third World countries they usually are… Read More

Milwaukee company’s device delivers hope for clean drinking water

A sign on the white igloo perched next to the brown, murky water of the Menomonee Canal south of downtown says: “Making the Unthinkable Drinkable.” A small hose carries the canal’s heavily polluted water inside the 8-foot-diameter dome. A button on the outside can be pushed to dispense clear water that is clean enough to drink,… Read More

Q&A: New Global Water Center tenant in business of flushing Legionnaire’s, other diseases, out of buildings

Phigenics, a Naperville, Ill.-based firm, will soon become the Global Water Center’s newest tenant. Here, chief technology officer and co-founder William McCoy discusses the water management and analysis company’s origins, goals and more. Some questions have been added for clarity, and some answers have been shortened for brevity. Q: How did the company start? McCoy:… Read More