The need for continuous hydrological data is growing, while the ability of government agencies to collect and interpret these data is flat or declining. Photo from Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin 111, full citation below * The responsibility for groundwater resource management is shifting from governments to citizens Recent legislation and legal rulings onContinue reading “As central oversight lessens, neighbors take resilience into their own hands”
Providing networked data at the level needed to make informed decisions, take action, and manage local groundwater resources This colorful map, developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, provides an important view of the extent and level of drought and wetness in shallow aquifers across the United States. These regional conditions vary seasonally andContinue reading “Wellntel data confirm satellite-based groundwater trends”
Milwaukee, WI — May 11, 2017 — Wellntel, Inc. (https://www.wellntel.com). As water and resource agencies around the United State embrace Wellntel as a platform for creating Community Groundwater Networks, Wellntel is unveiling a new suite of groundwater-level data services designed to accelerate network expansion, data analysis, and fact-based outcomes and actions. Conventionally, groundwater data haveContinue reading “Wellntel Announces New Groundwater Data Services, Capabilities, and Pricing for Network Sponsors”
To accelerate and expand production, customer service, and new product development, Wellntel, Milwaukee’s hottest watertech start-up* has moved into a new facility on Milwaukee’s historic lower east side. The new space boasts a water lab, high-tech just-in-time production cells, a fabrication shop, fulfillment center, high-speed internet, natural sunlight, a store front, conference center, ample parking,Continue reading “Wellntel expands, opens Global Groundwater Center in Milwaukee”
Sue Luft, Wellntel pilot program participant and founder of Pro Water Equity, and Nick Hayes, CTO of Wellntel, were interviewed by the KPIX 6 o’clock news about the importance of groundwater information to people who depend on private wells, like homeowners, ranchers, farmers and growers.