PUBLIC
IMPROVE WATER QUALITY CLIENTS

The SmartSWM system offers a cost-effective way for local governments to significantly improve the performance of new and existing stormwater facilities to meet the EPA’s MS4 program requirements. Retrofitting existing stormwater ponds can be particularly attractive green infrastructure improvements compared to the cost / benefit ratio of alternatives like traditional pond retrofits, stream restoration or LID retrofit projects.

The SmartSWM system offers a cost-effective way for local governments to significantly improve the performance of new and existing stormwater facilities to meet the EPA’s MS4 program requirements. Retrofitting existing stormwater ponds can be particularly attractive green infrastructure improvements compared to the cost / benefit ratio of alternatives like traditional pond retrofits, stream restoration or LID retrofit projects.

REPORTING & CONTROL
Online monitoring means it’s easy to provide reporting to document performance and optimize operations over time, particularly as climate patterns change.
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The SmartSWM system is approved by MDE (Maryland Department of the Environment) for new development redevelopment, TMDL retrofit applications and the Water Quality Trading Market. Approvals from additional states are in process. 

chespeake bay program

The Chesapeake Bay Program, the regional partnership leading that leads Bay restoration, has endorsed CMAC (Continuous Monitoring and Adaptive Control) technologies like the SmartSWM system as a Best Management Practice (BMP) retrofit option for crediting under the Chesapeake Bay TMDL framework.

CASE STUDIES
BARKLEY WOODS

BALTIMORE COUNTY

COBBLESTONE

BALTIMORE COUNTY