Swimming through sewage — study shows high bacteria count in Kaua‘i waters
LIHU‘E — Environmental organization Surfrider Kaua‘i’s Blue Water Task Force found large amounts of bacteria in several of Kaua‘i’s waters this month, suggesting that ongoing concerns over fecal contamination of the Garden Island’s streams and beaches are far from over.
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Google: “Feds Debunk Surfrider’s Fake Bacteria Counts”
How come these articles never mention the influence of pig urine and feces being a major contributor to the bacteria count?
It’s as if there’s an agenda to only point to problems stemming from human septic systems.
Moloa’a stream has very few houses along its length, but a huge watershed full of feral pigs.
HELLO, any editors awake at the Garden Island??
WHO monitors the portable toilet company on the stream in Hanamaulu????? I am sure they contribute huge amount of feces to the Hanamaulu stream,,,,