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Wetland Sewer Overflow Reduction

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 Wetland Sewer Overflow Reduction - IoT ONE Case Study
Technology Category
  • Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
  • Sensors - Flow Meters
  • Sensors - Humidity Sensors
  • Sensors - Level Sensors
Applicable Industries
  • Cities & Municipalities
Applicable Functions
  • Business Operation
Use Cases
  • Smart City Operations
The Customer
City of St. Joseph
About The Customer
The Challenge

The City of St. Joseph needed high-value solutions to reduce combined sewer overflows as a component of a large program to address regulatory requirements. During the design and construction of a wetland park, intelligent stormwater infrastructure was chosen to attenuate peak flows and help reduce wet-weather flow to the combined sewer.

The Solution

Opti provided the City of St. Joseph with its first intelligent stormwater control system. OptiNimbus controls the wetland park and is designed to reduce wet-weather flow by 85 percent. With OptiNimbus, the wetland park minimizes contributions from the subwatershed to combined sewer overflows.

Data Collected
Water Flow Rate, Water Level, Weather
Operational Impact
  • Minimizes contributions from the subwatershed to combined sewer overflows

Quantitative Benefit
  • Reduced wet-weather flow by 85%

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