Water conservation request issued for all DOW customers

LIHUE – The Department of Water has issued a water conservation request for all customers until further notice, due to multiple electrical power outages affecting well sites and system functions, as a result of the recent weather conditions.

The water conservation notice is in place as a precautionary measure and all customers are asked to limit water use to essential uses only; such as cooking, consumption and sanitation purposes, in order to avoid a full water service outage.

DOW personnel will continue to monitor and assess its water systems island wide, in an effort to maintain water services to all customers until electrical power and well site functions can be restored to normal.

Water conservation measures include refraining from car washing, turning off fixtures and appliance features that

Customers are asked to continue water conservation measures until DOW has lifted the conservation notice.


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