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Posted on: June 8, 2021

Voluntary water conservation requested of Upcountry residents

The Department of Water Supply is requesting that Upcountry Maui consumers voluntarily conserve water to reduce consumption. This request comes after recent high water use Upcountry, in addition to a reduction of water supply at the Wailoa Ditch, which supplies water to the Kamole Water Treatment Facility.

Conservation measures include refraining from washing cars and washing down sidewalks and driveways, and irrigating lawns, among other measures.

The Department of Water Supply appreciates the public’s understanding and cooperation during this period. For more information, contact Adam Mundy, the department’s Administrative Officer, at 270-8046, or email

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