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UPDATE: Officials revise wastewater discharge warnings in Kahului

This is an update for the wastewater discharge in Kahului. Updated information from Maui County has indicated that the discharge did not enter Kahului Harbor. The entry area is north of the harbor. The public is advised to remain out of the waters between Kanaloa Avenue to Linekona Street. Volume estimates have also been updated. Approximately 68,000 gallons of the estimated 204,000 gallons, entered into the ocean.

The public is advised to stay out of the waters of Kahului Harbor from Kanaloa Avenue to Linekona Street. The CWB was notified by the County of Maui of a wastewater discharge near the County Wailuku Wastewater pump station. The estimated 25,000 gallon discharge is entering into the nearby Kahului Harbor. The discharge is ongoing, crews are on-site and repair work is underway. Warning signs are being posted and water samples will be collected. The public is advised to remain out of these waters until the signs have been removed.

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