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Beckley Sanitary Board receives national environmental honor

Beckley Sanitary Board has been awarded national recognition for the Ewart Avenue Stormwater iPond, a stormwater mitigation project that uses technology to reduce flooding. BSB General Manager Jeremiah Johnson accepted the National Environmental Achievement Award from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies in Napa, California, during the NACWA Winter Conference.

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Beckley Sanitary Board receives national environmental honor

Opti is Using Particle to Stop Floods Before They Start

Opti is revolutionizing the field of stormwater management with its Particle-powered Continuous Monitoring and Adaptive Control (CMAC) system. Their CMAC system proactively monitors weather forecasts and actuates drainage valves to minimize flooding and environmentally hazardous run-off. And with Particle, they’ve found a stable, scalable, and robust IoT platform to support their mission of public safety and sustainability.

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Opti is Using Particle to Stop Floods Before They Start

Using Azure cloud power to improve Kansas City’s water quality

Andy Shively is on a mission to save Kansas City Water ratepayers $1 billion, while delivering environmental benefits and enhancing the lives of those who make Missouri’s largest city their home. “It’s our responsibility to provide transparency to residents and to demonstrate the value of service being provided,” he said. “We take that responsibility to heart here in Kansas City. The Opti-Azure system helps us make our sewers smart and helps make the lives of Kansas Citians better.”

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Using Azure cloud power to improve Kansas City’s water quality
Anne Arundel County unveils new stormwater pond in Laurel, and it's smart

Anne Arundel County unveils new stormwater pond in Laurel, and it's smart

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Anne Arundel County Announces Completion of First Public Private Partnership Waterway Improvement Project

Anne Arundel County Announces Completion of First Public Private Partnership Waterway Improvement Project

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Cecil County Partners with Schools and Businesses On Stormwater Project At Perryville High

Cecil County Partners with Schools and Businesses On Stormwater Project At Perryville High

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Urban wetlands offer numerous benefits

Urban wetlands offer numerous benefits

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