Monthly Archives: September 2014

Stormwater Hawaii and Sea Life Park partnership

SWMP and Sea Life Park Partnership Promotes Storm Water Drain Don’t’s!

The issue of educating the public about keeping Hawaii’s storm water drains clear of all debris, garbage, and chemicals will take front and center at a Department of Transportation, Highways Division, Oahu District (DOT-HWYS) display at Sea Life Park in November. The display will be unveiled on November 8, the same day the park celebrates […]

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DOT erosion control

Governor releases funds for storm water mitigation efforts

In August, Governor Neil Abercrombie released nearly 14 million dollars for State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (DOT) highways and facilities projects. The list included two projects concerning storm water runoff mitigation. DOT Highways received $2,340,000 to be used for construction projects that will allow it to meet storm water runoff permitting requirements as set […]

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DOT’s Q3 2014 Adopt-A-Highway Champions

Congratulations to Bowers+Kubota who has been selected as the Department of Transportation, Highways Division, Oahu District’s Third Quarter 2014 Adopt-A-Highway Champions! "One of the core principles at Bowers+Kubota is family, or ohana, in which we strive to support each other, both personally and professionally.  This core principle extends to our communities as well.  Adopt-A-Highway provides […]

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DOT-HWY at Kahala Mall’s Keiki Day 2014

DOT-HWY’s booth at Kahala Mall’s Keiki Day on Saturday, August 23, was visited by almost 500 people.  Families kept the prize wheel spinning and answers flowing as booth volunteers handed out both prizes and storm water knowledge.  Also, those who volunteered to participate in a brief survey received a tote bag, which can be used […]

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