The stormwater management technology is designed to address pollution and flooding. Through a partnership between state and private entities, it’s being rolled out in four sites in Maryland.

Maryland is piloting new technology that’s designed to help curb pollution and flooding: Its transportation and environment departments are contributing $4 million to introduce smart ponds in four locations around the state.

The state government is also working with Boston-based tech company Opti and the Arlington, Virginia-based nonprofit Nature Conservancy to introduce the IoT applications, while the testing waters are ponds that sit on land owned by Walmart. Locations are as follows:

  • Walmart Supercenter Fruitland, 409 N. Fruitland Blvd.
  • Walmart Supercenter Aberdeen, 645 S. Philadelphia Blvd.
  • Walmart Supercenter North East, 75 North East Plaza
  • Sam’s Club Hagerstown, 1700 Wesel Blvd.

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Source: Smart ponds on Walmart property aim to protect the Chesapeake Bay – Technical.ly Baltimore

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