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Wisconsin Rapids Area

City of Wisconsin Rapids

Heart of Wisconsin Business and Economic Alliance - The Heart of Wisconsin Business and Economic Alliance is a central source of information about the products, services, facilities and other resources offered in the area.

Wood County

Citizens for a Clean, Green & Welcoming Community - Citizens for a Clean, Green & Welcoming Community is a grassroots, citizen-led group looking at specific ways to create a sustainable community and a greener future for the greater south Wood County area through education, recycling and conservation efforts.

Electric and Water Conservation

Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation

Wisconsin's Focus on Energy

US Department of Energy
US Environmental Protection Agency

Energy Star – Your source for a wide variety of resources to help save energy for home, appliance, and business applications.

Electric Utility

Home Energy + (Energy Assistance)

How the electric distribution grid works - See how electricity gets from the power plant to your home.

American Public Power Association - The service organization for community owned, locally-controlled, not-for-profit electric utilities.

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin – Electric

Water Utility

Consumer Confidence Report - The current Consumer Confidence Report can be found by clicking the link.

How water towers work - See why water towers are such an important part of the water distribution system.

American Water Works Association (AWWA) - Founded in 1881, AWWA is an international nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply.

Wisconsin Water Association (WWA) - Members of the Wisconsin Water Association dedicate themselves to serve a safe and sufficient supply of water to the drinking water community.
Wisconsin Rural Water Association (WRWA) - Assisting water/wastewater systems to improve and preserve the quality and quantity of water resources in the State of Wisconsin.

Public Service Commission of Wisconsin – Water