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Technology-Driven Public-Private Partnership Programs: How Can Emerging Technologies Help to Support Sustainable Stormwater Infrastructure Technology-Driven Public-Private Partnership Programs: How Can Emerging Technologies Help to Support Sustainable Stormwater Infrastructure Investments & Programs Thomas F. Dooney Managing Director Bostonia Partners www. bostonia. com

Introduction Bostonia is an Investment Bank that works in the Sustainability Arena • We Introduction Bostonia is an Investment Bank that works in the Sustainability Arena • We Finance both Service Providers and End Use Customers • We are One of the Largest Performance Contract Financiers nationally Why are the Money People Speaking about Technology? To Finance enhanced Stormwater Initiatives : • It is all about the Math • Technology can Help Make the Math Work 2

Our Approach to Stormwater Management Development and Financing • Keeping our Water at Home Our Approach to Stormwater Management Development and Financing • Keeping our Water at Home • Stormwater should be about Ground Water Recharge as much as Watershed TMDLs and MS 4 Permit Requirements. • It is All One Water! • Drinking Water, Wastewater, Stormwater, and Flood Water Management need to be better integrated and approached at the Level of the Watershed. • Rate Payer Point of View • Rate Payers don’t care that there are “Regulatory Silos” as they Pay the Freight across the Water Spectrum • Technology can play an Important Role • Economics i. e. , the cost/benefit analysis of BMPs should drive the approach implemented unique to the watershed 3

Water Facts and How They Might Drive Technology Implementation FACTS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS • Less Water Facts and How They Might Drive Technology Implementation FACTS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS • Less than 5% of residential water is • Distributed solutions to make use of used for drinking and hygiene. storm/grey water could be economical • Up to 70% of residential water usage is in certain instances. outside the home. • Optimizing, mapping and modeling with enhanced information management systems will reduce stress on distribution infrastructure and enable less water to be treated and distributed. • In a typical water utility anywhere from 25 -50% of clean water collected, treated and distributed may not be invoiced to customers. 4

Water Facts and How They Might Drive Technology Implementation FACTS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS • Municipal Water Facts and How They Might Drive Technology Implementation FACTS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS • Municipal wastewater treatment plants are large users of energy. • Approach net zero energy consumption using biogas as fuel along with reduced operations & capital expenditures); optimization technologies play a key role. • Collection and underground storage technologies can improve water quality, reduce flow to wastewater treatment systems and streams, contribute to ground water recharge and be economical from a land use standpoint. • Urban runoff is a substantial source of sediments and pollutants. • Agriculture- e. g. , manure management • Opportunity to produce renewable -presents significant revenue energy, clean water and recover enhancement and cost reduction valuable nutrients for reuse from waste opportunities. that is a pollution treat. 5

Technology Summary • Stream and wetland restoration may be nature’s best technology solution • Technology Summary • Stream and wetland restoration may be nature’s best technology solution • Dollars saved in wastewater and clean water could be redirected to Stormwater BMPs • Smart sponge technology absorbs hydrocarbons, heavy metals, and bacteria before entering stormwater collectors. • Treats livestock waste to produce renewable energy and clean water and recover valuable nutrients for reuse in the field. • Thermal hydrolysis and digester system to produce electricity and fertilizer; coming on line at the Blue Plains wastewater treatment for the District of Columbia. www. abtechindustries. com/ www. biontech. com/ www. cambi. com/ 6

Technology Summary • Rapidly deployed flood barrier technology to protect cities and towns, and Technology Summary • Rapidly deployed flood barrier technology to protect cities and towns, and critical infrastructure like power stations, hospitals, transportation systems. • Cools electronic equipment with ZERO water and 80% less electricity • Underground concrete storage chambers and hydrodynamic separator technology minimizes impact of stormwater pollution • Treats livestock waste to capture fiber for bedding, recycle water and recover valuable nutrients for reuse in the field • The WTA promotes Danish water and wastewater technologies to approach net ZERO energy consumption www. nofloods. com www. liquidcoolsolutions. com/ www. terrestorm. com/ www. manuresystemsinc. com www. usa. um. dk/en/about-us/consulate-general-of-denmark---chicago/water-technology-alliance/ 7

Thomas F. Dooney Managing Director 610 -420 -3504 tdooney@bostonia. com This information has been Thomas F. Dooney Managing Director 610 -420 -3504 tdooney@bostonia. com This information has been prepared solely for information purposes and is not an offer to buy or sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security or instrument or to participate in any trading strategy. No representation or warranty can be given with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the information, or that any future offer of securities, if any, will conform to the terms hereof. Bostonia disclaims any and all liability relating to this information, including without limitation, any express or implied representations or warranties for, statements contained in, and omissions from, this information. 8