The Water Council Tide / January 2016


Energy/Water Nexus Roadmap Workshop #3
February 16

1st Quarter Member Meeting
February 17

Water Summit 2016
June 14-15


Lakewood Instruments, established in 1973, is a privately owned and operated enterprise that manufactures water treatment controllers for cooling towers, boilers, wastewater, and process water.
Learn more about Marquette University's Water Law & Policy Initiative from their program Director, David Strifling in The Water Council's Freshwater Guest Blogger series. David's first guest blog examines whether Wisconsin's public trust doctrine is eroding. Read More

White House Water Summit – Call to Action

Following the White House Water Roundtable in December, a request has been made to organizations from all sectors to take new, specific, measurable steps to address key water issues. Learn More

Kohler to Partner with World Vision, iDE and Water Mission

Kohler will bring safe water to those in need with a new filter that costs less than 1 cent per person, per day through this newly formed partnership. Read More

Sponsor Water Summit 2016

Join us as we host our 9th annual Water Summit in Milwaukee and increase your visibility amongst our global network. More Here

Hemispheres Magazine Highlights Wisconsin Cluster

As the global water crisis intensifies, find out why the world will look to Wisconsin for solutions. Learn More

Water-Related Science-Policy Fellowship Opportunity

Incredible opportunities for research-policy linkages at the state, regional and national scale are available to current graduate students and recent graduate students. Learn More

Milwaukee Water Experts Attend White House Water Roundtable

Dean Amhaus, The Water Council, and David E. Garman PhD, UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, participated in the day-long water innovation event. Read More

US Water Prize Call for Nominations

Nominees must demonstrate a track record in advancing holistic, watershed-based approaches to water quality and quantity challenges; nominate by March 1. More Info

More Development Near Global Water Center II Site

Plans have emerged for a new hard-cider bar, Milwaukee's first, in the increasingly popular Walker's Point neighborhood, and home of the Water Technology District. Learn More

New Water Council Members

The Water Council welcomes new corporate Members Watertown Economic Development Organization and Lakewood Instruments to our dynamic network! Interested in becoming a Member? Learn More

BREW 3 winner Radom Corporation is currently showcasing a new prototype that can tell what trace minerals are present in your water. The instrument, for the scientific, government and commercial laboratory community, promotes continuous, routine, challenging and in-situ measurements of toxic trace materials in water, wastewater, industrial processes, food and drugs. The prototype is the next generation of inductively coupled plasma – optical emission spectrometers designed to operate in a laboratory setting, untethered to costly argon infrastructure. Contact Ashok Menon, CEO, Radom Corporation, at to learn more.
The Global Water Port is an online research and collaboration powerhouse developed to enhance connectivity within the water technology sector and among those interested in finding solutions to water-related challenges. Powered by the innovationExchange™ and enabled by its affiliate inno360™, a cognitive intelligence and predictive research engine equipped with IBM Watson™, individuals from any industry, organization or enterprise can use the Port to inform, accelerate and evolve water technology innovation.

Join us for a web-based demonstration of the Global Water Port showcasing the research tool, its capabilities and how the tool can be an asset for your water-related projects. Register Here

Alliance for Water Stewardship – North America held the first West Coast training workshop this past November. Director Matt Howard provides an overview of the week's highlights in Tempe, AZ. Working with partners Arizona State University and The Nature Conservancy, Howard aimed to build out the AWS network in the southwest, conduct AWS accredited training and explore additional strategic partnerships with water-related groups in that region. 
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