With its complex regulatory and legislative framework, the water and wastewater market can be a difficult sector for new and innovative technologies to penetrate. But exciting partnerships between public, private, and academic stakeholders are making it their mission to break through the innovation barrier. Our collection of videos, stories, white papers, and webcasts illustrate how these alliances are making waves in the water and wastewater industry. 

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New Ontario, Chinese partnership to unlock market opportunities for energy, water innovation

The Advanced Energy Centre, Water Technology Acceleration Project and China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group have announced a...

Water Council receives SBA Regional Innovation Cluster Award

The U.S. Small Business Administration has selected The Water Council as one of four new Regional Innovation Cluster awardees, adding to its portfo...

EPA to fund development of two new major drinking water innovation centers

The EPA has announced that it will provide over $8 million in funding to help create two national centers for research and innovation in small- to ...

WaterTAP appoints four new influential water sector leaders

WaterTAP announced that is board of directors has added four new directors -- Rhonda E. Harris, P.E., MBA; Erin Mahoney, M.Eng.; Kenneth A. Morriso...

WAVEMAKERS

Meet some of the innovators who are making waves in the water industry.

WATER SUMMIT 2014

The Milwaukee Water Council's Water Summit 2014 was held June 18-19 in Milwaukee, WI. With the theme "Thriving in the Global Water Economy," the event hosted some of the world's most esteemed water professionals, researchers, scientists, and policy makers. To learn more, visit www.TheWaterCouncil.com.

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