Water Quality FAQ: Bromacil and Dieldrin
BWS reported findings of low levels of bromacil and dieldrin. The Department of Health affirms these findings do not represent a health threat and the water is safe to drink. Click here for more information.
Water Matters Customer Newsletter
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VIDEO: How BWS Reads Your Water Meter
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Report on Chromium VI (Hexavalent Chromium)
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Click for a list of available BWS job opportunities.
BWS Kapiolani Boulevard Project
Starting March 31, contractors will be working on Kapiolani Blvd between McCully St and Date St.
BWS Kona Street Project
Starting in May 2014, contractors will be working on Kona Street between Atkinson Drive and Kona Iki Street.