The State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT)

The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) is responsible for planning, designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining HDOT facilities in all modes of transportation including air, water, and land. HDOT implements a storm water management plan on Oahu to reduce the environmental impact of its operations. As stewards of the environment, HDOT is committed to the protection of Hawaii’s natural resources.

Waikiki Aquarium

The Waikiki Aquarium is located across from Kapiolani Park on the shoreline of Waikiki Beach next to a living reef. The Aquarium – the third oldest in the U.S. – showcases more than 500 marine species and maintains over 3,500 marine specimens. Public exhibits, education programs, and research focuses on the unique aquatic life found within Hawaii and the tropical Pacific. Waikiki Aquarium partners with the Storm Water Management Program for various community outreach events including World Oceans Day, the Mauka to Makai Earth Month Expo, and Ocean Literacy Day.

Sea Life Park

Sea Life Park is dedicated to educating the public on issues related to marine life conservation and ocean responsibility as home to some of Hawaii’s most diverse and beloved sea creatures. Its long-standing commitment to fostering marine awareness aligns with the Storm Water Management Program’s mission to keep Hawaii’s waters clean by preventing storm water pollution. In partnership with the Storm Water Management Program, Sea Life Park hosts an educational exhibit that demonstrates the damaging effects of storm water runoff and pollution on Hawaii’s natural waters.

The Polynesian Voyaging Society

The Polynesian Voyaging Society educates local students and communities from around the world to care for the Earth through traditional Polynesian sailing voyages. The theme of Hōkūle‘a’s current expedition, Mālama Honua (Hawaiian for “Care for the Earth”), encourages crewmembers and those they visit to respect our Island Earth and her oceans.

Ruby Tuesday Hawaii

Ruby Tuesday Hawaii is a proud supporter of the Storm Water Management Program’s education and outreach. Ruby Tuesday Hawaii hosts informational events for families in partnership with the Storm Water Management Program and hands out children’s placemats that teach keiki about protecting our waters at its Hawaii locations.

Big City Diner

Big City Diner has a longstanding commitment to serving the island community and is partnering with the Storm Water Management Program on children’s education and outreach. By distributing keiki place mats at all 5 Oahu locations, Big City Diner is helping to teach Hawaii’s keiki about protecting Hawaiian waters from storm water pollution.

Crepes No Ka ‘Oi

Crepes No Ka ‘Oi, located in Kailua, is committed to minimizing the community’s impact on Hawaii’s water quality in order to help this beach town maintain its natural beauty. The restaurant’s owners are doing their part to keep Hawaii’s water pollutant-free by distributing placemats that teach keiki how to protect Hawaii’s waters from storm water pollution.


Zippy’s has made a longstanding commitment to work hard, provide good food, and to serve the island community since opening its doors in 1966. Among Zippy’s varied philanthropic efforts is its partnership with the Storm Water Hawaii Team. Zippy’s understands the importance of protecting our waters through the Storm Water Management Program’s education and outreach initiatives. By distributing children’s place mats at its 25 Hawaii locations, Zippy’s helps us connect with keiki at all times of the day or night!

Aloha Petroleum, Ltd.

Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. is committed to serving Hawaii and its customers with the best value, top quality products, and excellent customer service. With a heritage that dates back to the 1900s, Aloha is also committed to serving Hawaii’s communities. In partnership with the Storm Water Management Program, Aloha gas stations across Oahu featured educational signage above their gas pumps throughout the month of December 2018 to educate the public about the importance of keeping our storm drains clean.