Clean water availability is becoming a problem in the U.S. as water technology startups look for solutions amid climate change.

That was one consensus among panelists at a water tech innovation luncheon hosted by the Wisconsin Technology Council at UWM’s Innovation Accelerator in Wauwatosa on July 14.

“Every utility in the United States has a wet weather problem,” said Paige Peters, founder and chief technology officer of Milwaukee-based wastewater treatment firm Rapid Radicals Technology LLC. “No system has been constructed to deal with the climate change and the outcomes of climate change we’re facing.”

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