Green Bay’s Lambeau Field: An Impressive Sewer Scenario

Apr 26

Green Bay’s Lambeau Field: An Impressive Sewer Scenario

Constructed in 1957, City Stadium (now known as Lambeau Field) has hosted numerous historic football events, including three league championships, and played a significant role in the development of the Green Bay Packers football legend. Lambeau Field has a seating capacity of 72,601, more than double its original size. The Lambeau Field sewer storage system operates...

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Best Practices for Lead Pipes and Homes in the Midwest

Mar 10

Best Practices for Lead Pipes and Homes in the Midwest

Lead pipes are a matter of contention, especially in older cities of the Midwest. While many cities have implemented programs to replace lead pipes in their own water systems, there is still reason for concern. The replacements in many cases don’t include the line from the home to the street. Traditionally, replacing those pipes has been the responsibility of the...

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21st Annual Wetland Conference in Green Bay

Jan 15

21st Annual Wetland Conference in Green Bay

Wisconsin’s Wetland Association (WWA) is hosting a 2-day wetland science conference on February 23rd-25th. This year’s conference builds on a two-decade long tradition of regional collaboration to protect the region’s wetlands. This conference is hosted by WWA, a statewide non-profit dedicated to the protection, restoration, and enjoyment of wetlands...

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Milwaukee’s Rave Reviews on Water Proficiency

Nov 19

Milwaukee’s Rave Reviews on Water Proficiency

Residents of downtown Milwaukee are eager to be a part of the water district’s newest implementation, The Global Water Center (GWC). Milwaukee is a hub for more than 200 major water companies and is making above average strides in technology.  Milwaukee’s Water Council (MWC), which is housed at the GWC, is at the heart of it all. The MWC is a nonprofit with...

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Milwaukee’s Global Water Center Expands

Nov 03

Milwaukee’s Global Water Center Expands

Did you know that Milwaukee is known as a UN Global Compact City? It is!  This is a recognition that stems from its innovation in the water sector. The UN Global Compact works with business to transform our world, aiming to create a sustainable and inclusive global economy that delivers lasting benefits to all people, communities and markets.  Milwaukee is a hub...

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The Fantastic 5 of Milwaukee’s Water Monitoring

Oct 16

The Fantastic 5 of Milwaukee’s Water Monitoring

The Water Quality Protection Team of Milwaukee is a group of specialized, scientific detectives that collect, monitor and track evidence for improving and protecting the rivers, Lake Michigan, and the Watersheds in Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewer District’s service area. They collect more than 150,000 water samples a year, analyzing more than 1 million individual...

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