WISCONSIN: A WATER TECHNOLOGY POWERHOUSE
This month’s InSite Series features Wisconsin’s strength in water technology, which is drawing global attention for its ground-breaking research and innovation. While Milwaukee’s proximity to the Great Lakes make it an ideal location for water-related discovery, the distribution of water technology companies throughout the state underscores the breadth and depth of Wisconsin’s global leadership in the industry. With more than 200 companies working together within the growing sector, it’s no wonder we’re quickly becoming the worldwide hub of the water industry.
An Inside View
Wisconsin’s leadership in developing strategic partnerships and a collaborative environment means businesses located here benefit from an intellectual network that is moving water technology forward. See how Wisconsin’s leading companies, organizations and universities are solving some of the most complex water-related challenges, and working together to change the world.
- Dean Amhaus, The Water Council
- David Garmen, UWM School of Freshwater Sciences
- Kim Marotta, MillerCoors
- Rich Meeusen, Badger Meter
- Paul Jones, A.O. Smith
- Dr. Junhong Chen, UWM
- Lisa Johnson, WEDC
|Wisconsin’s strong spirit of innovation and collaboration between industry, government and academia is creating one of the most powerful water technology clusters in the world. For more information about growing or relocating in Wisconsin, contact me at 608.210.6813 or Wade.Goodsell@wedc.org. Select.InWisconsin.com Wade Goodsell