Hanama‘ulu homeowners’ black-slime problem persists
HANAMA‘ULU — Homeowners in a local housing development continue to fight chronic “black slime” biofilm and health issues they claim are caused by contaminated plumbing installed by the builder, nearly three years after some households first noticed the problem.
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Attorneys will be coming to you to take the case on a contingency basis with no up front costs and they will also advance your expert costs so no out of pocket costs for you all. You pay when you settle or win at trial. Don’t sweat it. Interview multiple law firms and pick one with a good track record of winning construction defect cases.
Did you try putting a mask over the showerhead? Derek can show you how to make one from a t-shirt. Sounds like the same team investigating the water problem is the same team in charge of the island’s Covid policy.
All kidding aside, somebody fix this.
Are these houses plumbed with plastic pipe?
So much for affordable housing. I guess you get what you pay for.
Of course Kawakami backs the big money developers. Well you get what you elected !! The slime is probably from all the plastic in the ground left from the days of the sugar plantations water systems that they plowed under every year. Plowed under all the old tubing every year and would just lay more on the ground each season. Very destructive way to farm. Just go into any old sugar plantation and dig up the ground. Full of old deteriorated plastic.