Water

Water stewardship is an increasingly important component of sustainability efforts in Wisconsin and the entire Great Lakes region. WSBC aims to promote responsible water usage, partnered with an awareness of the effects businesses have on Wisconsin's watersheds. Below are events and resources to evaluate and establish metrics, tracking and best practices for water use within your business.

Design A Risk Management Strategy

That Holds Water 

July 15, 2020 — Virtual Webinar

Even amid a global crisis, strong companies stay strong by planning. Is your company ready for the potential problems associated with water scarcity? Sponsored by CIRAS (Iowa MEP Center), this webinar features Greg Gasper and Mark McDermid from WMEP Manufacturing Solutions explaining best management practices for safeguarding your business from challenges associated with water. View the webinar fact sheet here.

Local Organizations

The Water Council

Nonprofit Organization — Milwaukee, WI

The Water Council (TWC) is dedicated to solving critical global water challenges by supporting innovation in freshwater technology and driving those new solutions to the industries that need them. TWC achieves its goals through convening global water leaders and water-users, showcasing and supporting its members from 20 U.S. states and 10 countries and offering more than a dozen initiatives designed to provide resources, programming and networking opportunities to businesses, engineers, entrepreneurs, utilities, government agencies, academia and NGOs.

Alliance for Water Stewardship

Global network with a base in Milwaukee, WI

 

The Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) is a global membership collaboration comprising businesses, NGOs and the public sector. Our members contribute to the sustainability of local water-resources through their adoption and promotion of a universal framework for the sustainable use of water – the International Water Stewardship Standard, or AWS Standard – that drives, recognizes and rewards good water stewardship performance.