In February, the HDOT Highways, Oahu District’s Storm Water Management Program unveiled a new #TrashFreeHawaii campaign to promote the importance of trash reduction and preventing storm water pollution. The campaign incorporates the use of Rainworks, a non-toxic environmentally safe super-hydrophobic invisible spray that appears only on rainy days.
Will you be working with concrete on your project? Do you have a designated area for concrete washout water?
Implementing proper best management practices (BMPs) to contain concrete washout water during construction activities should be considered to prevent it from discharging to a drainage system or receiving water body.
Food packaging can make up a large portion of weekly waste in any household. Many people make weekly visits to the grocery store and don’t realize it’s one of the easiest and biggest ways to make an impact. Here are some tips to reduce waste with each trip to the grocery store.
Mark your calendars for these upcoming community events!
Saturday, April 22: Visit our booth at the 10th Annual Mauka To Makai Environmental Expo at the Waikiki Aquarium! We will be sharing tips on how you can protect our water, as well as giving away some great prizes with our prize wheel.
Saturday, April 22: Visit us at Sea Life Park as we reveal our next Trash Free Hawaii Rainworks stencil! We will be sharing tips on how you can protect our water, as well as giving away some great prizes with fun keiki game and storm water display.
Saturday, June 3: Stop by our Protect Our Water booth at the North Shore Ocean Fest to learn how you can protect our water, see our storm water model and win some great prizes with our prize wheel.