Milwaukee Tries to Attract 'Wet' Industries Milwaukee is trying to attract industries that need abundant water -- such as food processing and pharmaceuticals -- by promoting its plentiful supply and low sewage rates. The city is already home to Miller and other breweries. Anna Panoka of member station WUWM reports.
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Milwaukee Tries to Attract 'Wet' Industries

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Milwaukee is trying to attract industries that need abundant water — such as food processing and pharmaceuticals — by promoting its plentiful supply and low sewage rates. The city is already home to Miller and other breweries. Anna Panoka of member station WUWM reports.