WEBINAR: Smart Ponds 101

Join the National Stormwater Trust, Inc. for a complimentary webinar, “Smart Ponds 101,” featuring Jeff Littlejohn, P.E., and special guest Dayton Marchese, P.E., from OptiRTC.

📅 Date: Thursday, August 24

🕒 Time: 11 AM to 12 PM (EDT)

🔗 Register Now: Click here

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with industry leaders shaping the future of water management!

We’ll share case studies on a traditional pond versus a Smart Pond, plus insights on how you can save money and land, while better protecting people, property, and the environment. 

National Stormwater Trust, Inc. is an approved Florida Board of Professional Engineers Florida Continuing Education Provider.  Registered P.E.s can earn 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) for attending the live webinar. 

For more information, please contact Erin Klores at eklores@nationalstormwater.com.

“Smart Pond” A.K.A. Continuous Monitoring and Adaptive Control (CMAC) at Babcock Ranch

Potential purchaser determines

Potential Purchaser (or their consultant) determines the quantity of stormwater treatment capacity required for a specific project.

Purchaser and NST enter into a capacity

Purchaser and NST enter into a Capacity Reservation Agreement. This Reservation Agreement locks in pricing and availability for a defined term to provide documentation and assurance to Purchaser during project design and permitting.

If capacity is not already available

If capacity is not already available, NST acquires a site-specific lease from FDOT and modifies the FDOT stormwater permit to create additional capacity. This typically takes 30-90 days to complete.

Purchaser and NST enter

Purchaser and NST enter into Capacity Purchase Agreement, which documents the amount of capacity allocated to the Purchaser for a specific project.

The transaction closes

The transaction closes with NST providing Purchaser a Capacity Allocation Certificate in exchange for the contracted purchase price.