Stormwater Management Ponds – P3
- Anne Arundel County
RES is working with Anne Arundel County to provide cost-effective pollutant (i.e. nitrogen, phosphorus, sediment) reductions and equivalent “impervious acres treated” on private lands throughout the County. These projects include outfall stabilization, and wet and dry pond retrofits, and continuous monitoring on four sites. In total, these projects will produce an estimated 188.6 Impervious Acre Credits for the County. Our external partners provide stormwater retrofit engineering and Municipal Separate Sewer (MS4) support services, as well as a cloud-based platform to monitor and control stormwater facilities. The technology, known as Continuous Monitoring and Adaptive Control (CMAC), uses data from on-site sensors, weather forecasts, and site-specific parameters to make intelligent and predictive control decisions about when water is discharged from stormwater facilities.