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Updates from the current and recent Waiwai E-newsletter.


  • Waiwai - Issue 08

    Welcome to the eight issue of Waiwai, your source for water updates. This issue provides information about the ongoing Red Hill crisis, WaterWisdom Wednesday segments featuring Mayor Rick Blangiardi and and City Council Chair Tommy Waters and more.

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  • Waiwai - Issue 07

    Welcome to the seventh issue of Waiwai, your source for water updates. This issue learn about the BWS's efforts to develop replacement wells due to the Red Hill fuel leak, a WaterWisdom Wednesday segment featuring Kapua Sproat, Vice Chair of the Board of Water Supply's board of directors and more.

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  • Waiwai - Issue 06

    Welcome to the sixth issue of Waiwai, your source for water updates. This issue goes over the delicate balancing act done on a daily basis to provide water to residents and businesses. A WaterWisdom Wednesday segment featuring Bryan Andaya, Chair of the Board of Water Supply's board of directors and more.

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  • Waiwai - Issue 05

    Welcome to the fifth issue of Waiwai, your source for water updates. This issue goes over the importance of aquifers and watersheds. As well as takes a look at invasive plant species and finally labor-free water conservation tips.

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  • Waiwai - Issue 04

    Welcome to the fourth issue of Waiwai, your source for water updates. Our goal is simple: to provide you with timely, valuable information on the Board of Water Supply’s operational actions we are taking in response to the Red Hill water contamination issue and other important information. We want to be transparent and clear — just like the water we deliver to O‘ahu residents and businesses.

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  • Waiwai - Issue 03

    The Board of Water Supply recently urged all Oahu residents and businesses to voluntarily reduce their water use by 10% to conserve water. That’s because over the past four months, the amount of water available has dropped for those in Hālawa industrial park to Hekaha Street and all of metropolitan Honolulu as a result of the Red Hill water contamination issue.

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  • Waiwai - Issue 02

    In the second issue of Waiwai, your source for water updates, did you know that the Board of Water Supply was formed in 1929 to reverse the effects of wasteful water use and droughts. Effective water management restored aquifer levels and prevented water shortages. That commitment continues today and shows what’s possible when we prioritize water source protection.

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  • Waiwai - Issue 01

    Welcome to the first issue of Waiwai, your source for water updates. Our goal is simple: to provide you with timely, valuable information on the Board of Water Supply’s operational actions we are taking in response to the Red Hill water contamination issue and other important information. We want to be transparent and clear — just like the water we deliver to O‘ahu residents and businesses.

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