Wisconsin’s water hub continues to strengthen global ties

Wisconsin’s water hub continues to strengthen global ties Posted by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation on September 25, 2019 The challenges facing the world’s water supply—growing populations, changing weather conditions, threats to water supply quality and safety—are global in nature, and the solutions will need to have a similarly global perspective. Recognizing this, Milwaukee’s water… Read More

In Water Council programs, competition and collaboration meet to advance innovation

In The Water Council programs, competition and collaboration meet to advance innovation Posted by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) on September 24, 2019 Launching a startup or pursuing a research question in the lab can be lonely pursuit, involving long hours and late nights of solitary work—but innovation thrives through collaboration. To that end,… Read More

Trump Approves Water Infrastructure Funding

Trump Approves Water Infrastructure Funding HI, WEF, Water Council say they are happy with the result of this critical legislation Posted by Jennifer King from Pumps & Systems on October 25, 2018 The America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 was signed into law Oct. 23 by President Donald Trump. According to a release from the… Read More

Making waves on a national and global scale

Wisconsin water technology makes waves on a national and global scale By: Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Wisconsin’s water technology cluster, centered in Milwaukee and comprising more than 200 companies throughout the state, continues to strengthen its leadership and international connections.  “Of the world’s leading water clusters,” says Katy Sinnott, vice president of international business development with the Wisconsin… Read More