Water Tank Construction, Maintenance Scheduled in Puʻukapu
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL), through its contractor George Oye, Inc., is scheduled to begin water tank construction and maintenance on its Puʻukapu Non-Potable Water System in Puʻukapu beginning on April 21, 2021.
Work will include clearing and grubbing near the existing Tank #3, installation of smaller bypass tanks, and the replacement of the tank liner within Tank #3.
Non-potable water service is not anticipated to be affected once the bypass is completed. DHHL expects the work to be completed by mid-May.
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