Are your construction materials properly stored on your project to minimize storm water pollution? During construction, storing various types of material is needed and proper handling is required to prevent and reduce storm water pollution. Establishing practices and procedures for handling and storing construction materials through the life of a project can minimize the potential […]
The State of Hawaii Department of Transportation, Highways Division, Oahu District (DOT-HWYS) continued repairing areas of erosion along its roadways during 2017. As part of the Permanent Erosion Control Program, DOT-HWYS completed permanent repairs at thirteen sites in 2017, in addition to fourteen sites completed in 2016. These erosion repair projects occurred along the H-1 […]
Compared to other states across the nation, water conservation has been a prevalent practice throughout Hawaii’s history in which residents are encouraged to proactively conserve our island’s natural resources. From cleaning dishes, taking showers, and flushing toilets, our daily tasks add up and can result in many gallons of water being used every month. Conserving […]
Are you looking to step into spring with a clean start? Look no further than your own home, as one man’s trash can turn into another man’s treasure. Stay organized and try these thrifty DIY crafts to help manage household clutter and keep reusable items from adding up in the garbage.
Congratulations to Tenrikyo Mission Headquarters of Hawaii, HDOT Highways, Oahu District’s First Quarter 2018 Adopt-A-Highway Champions! Their route is along Vineyard Boulevard to Country Club Road in Nu’uanu. “At Tenrikyo, we teach that by helping our community we too will receive the grace that drives us to be better people for others,” said Noriaki Sakagami […]