Sustainable Groundwater Management in the Village of Richfield, Southeastern Wisconsin

The Village of Richfield is singular in its proactive approach to sustainable groundwater management. Starting 16 years ago with their 2004 Groundwater Protection Ordinance and the development of their groundwater monitoring program, Richfield has been leading the state of Wisconsin with a data-informed understanding of community hydrogeology and data-driven development decisions. At the beginning, andContinue reading “Sustainable Groundwater Management in the Village of Richfield, Southeastern Wisconsin”

Wellntel Matches Pressure Transducer Performance

In a side-by-side comparison with a combination pressure transducer and barometric pressure logger, Wellntel has shown that with proper calibration and “benchmarking,” Wellntel will deliver accuracy and precision on par with much more expensive and complicated instruments. Here are the results of a three-month study conducted by members of the South Benton County Community Groundwater Network,Continue reading “Wellntel Matches Pressure Transducer Performance”

Clean Energy Trust Invests in Wellntel

Milwaukee (May 29, 2018) – Wellntel is excited to announce a first-time investment from Clean Energy Trust. Clean Energy Trust invests in innovative cleantech startups from the Midwest. The investment was announced at Clean Energy Trust’s #Co_InvestCleantech event in Chicago, Illinois on March 23, 2018. Wellntel was selected from over one hundred applicants and joinsContinue reading “Clean Energy Trust Invests in Wellntel”

Fast Company: Wellntel among 50 projects Really Making America Great Again

Wellntel is thrilled to have made Fast Company’s 2017 list of top innovators. The project looks for stand-out projects in each of the 50 states. Wellntel proudly represents Wisconsin. Read more about the honor, and other recipients, here. https://www.fastcompany.com/40401141/announcing-the-united-states-of-innovation-2017

Wellntel wins BizTimes I.Q. Award for Innovation

Wellntel will receive a BizTimes I.Q. Award for Innovation from BizTimes Media LLC. The I.Q. Awards salute Southeastern Wisconsin businesses for their innovative products, services or processes. The winners will receive their awards at a lunch ceremony on Wednesday, May 18, at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, Woodland Dreams Ballroom, in Milwaukee at 1721 W. Canal St.,Continue reading “Wellntel wins BizTimes I.Q. Award for Innovation”

Why Start-Up in Milwaukee?

Wellntel founders Marian Singer and Nick Hayes spent an afternoon with American Public Media’s Marketplace Sustainability reporter Sarah Gardner to talk about why Wellntel – a technology company focused on groundwater – is in Milwaukee. Sarah’s story explores the potential of a water-focused cluster in the area: anchored by the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee’s School of FreshwaterContinue reading “Why Start-Up in Milwaukee?”

Trophies piling up: here is the Golden Blender

Wellntel won the Golden Blender at the 2015 FoodIT competition. The competition pitted some of the best Foodtech start-ups against each other. After two rounds of 4-minute pitches in front of judges from Google, Monsanto and an assortment of experts from food-centered investment funds, Wellntel came out on top. You can watch the winning round pitches at Vimeo.

Read about Wellntel in Farm Journal Magazine

Farm Journal’s Chris Bennett has written a terrific piece about how groundwater information — specifically, insights about the supply side — benefits farmers. Traditionally, a technician must measure water levels using special equipment and then seal the well after taking a reading. That data is soon out of date. However, Wellntel is designed to tellContinue reading “Read about Wellntel in Farm Journal Magazine”

Cat Shrier interviews Wellntel’s Nick Hayes at Weftec 2014

Wellntel CTO Nick Hayes speaks with Cat Shrier from WaterCitizen while at Weftec 2014. Part of Cat’s Blue Carpet series of interviews.

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