Fund For Lake Michigan awards grant for Solar Water Works' Innovative Disinfection System

Solar Water Works' innovative solar powered disinfection system will be utilized to improve water quality at two Milwaukee area beaches. The Fund for Lake Michigan and Milwaukee County will partner with Solar Water Works and the UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences to install and monitor solar powered PECO technology to disinfect stormwater before it enters Lake Michigan near Bradford and South Shore Beaches.

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New fountain doubles as experiment for UWM water research

A fountain and green space at the Greenfield Avenue and First Street intersection will beautify the neighborhood while serving as an experiment in green infrastructure.

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Competition Announces Two Winners to Advance Clean Water Technologies

The Water Council, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and the Fund for Lake Michigan (FFLM) today announced two winners that best align with The Water Council’s Pilot Deployment Program’s goal to address integrated water solutions through innovation, application and demonstration, while maintaining a cost-efficient, scalable and deployable model.

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The Water Council Announces Batch 3 Winners of BREW Accelerator

Solar Water Works was selected for the BREW (Business. Research. Entrepreneurship. In Wisconsin.) water technology accelerator. This accelerator unleashes water innovation by funding water technology startups with commercialization potential. Our first-of-its-kind accelerator pairs a unique water-focused startup community with credible resources of the World Water Hub to help entrepreneurs from around the world accelerate results, inspire action to create further opportunity, and disrupt the status quo.

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Water Council Announces Winners of Clean Water Technology Competition

​The Fund for Lake Michigan and MMSD have pledged $600,000 over two years to fuel what The Water Council calls its Pilot Deployment Program. Doug Winkie is one of the winners. His startup is called Solar Water Works, and his creation is designed to remove contaminants from water—​everything from bacteria to viruses and chemicals.

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COMPETITION ANNOUNCES WINNERS TO ADVANCE CLEAN WATER TECHNOLOGIES

​The Water Council, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and the Fund for Lake Michigan (FFLM) have announced two winners for their Pilot Development Program. The Pilot Program aims to bring efficiency and much needed funding, advisory support and designated demonstration sites to our companies, in order to launch new technologies to market

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Pilot program selects two winners to advance water technology prototypes

The Water Council’s Pilot Deployment Program recently selected two winners to move their water technology working prototypes to real world demonstration sites for practical application.

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PILOT PROGRAM SUPPORTS ADVANCEMENT OF WATER TECHNOLOGY PROTOTYPES

​The Water Council’s Pilot Deployment Program recently selected two winners to move their water technology working prototypes to real-world demonstration sites for practical application.

World Water: Stormwater Management (Vol. 4, Issue 2)


BREW STARTUPS SHARE BUSINESS CONCEPTS WITH TRADE SHOW CROWD

Three more startups from the Business. Research. Entrepreneurship. In Wisconsin. (The BREW) accelerator pitched their business ideas before a crowd of expert judges and water technology professionals at the WEFTEC trade show in Chicago yesterday.

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