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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s New Labs for to Study Safe Drinking Water
Soy sauce giant, Kikkoman Corp. opened its Walworth plant in 1973 because the location was close to the soybean and wheat growing regions of the United States, it was a rural area with a solid workforce and it had an ample supply of pure groundwater.

As part of its 40th anniversary celebration, the company announced a gift of $1 million to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to advance the study of safe and sustainable drinking water. The gift will establish the Kikkoman Healthy Waters Environmental Health Laboratories in the university’s College of Life Sciences. The new labs will be in the School of Freshwater Sciences building on Milwaukee’s inner harbor.

 
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