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DETECT-A-LEAK

 


2013 Detect-A-Leak Week

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HAWAI'I RESIDENTS URGED TO TIGHTEN THE SEAL AGAINST

WATER WASTE DURING "DETECT-A-LEAK WEEK"

MARCH 18 - 24, 2013

Click here for More Information About this Joint Effort

 

Click Here to read the Proclamation from Mayor Carvalho

 

FREE Dye Tabs from March 18-24, 2013 Click Here to Find Out More

2013 Detect-A-Leak Week is being observed statewide!

The week of March 18-24, 2013 has been designated as Detect-A-Leak Week,
which means it's the perfect time to make sure you don't have any leaks on your property! 
Checking for and repairing property leaks helps to save water, and lowers your water and sewer bill.

Please join us by spending time this week to check for leaks in toilets, plumbing fixtures, and irrigation systems. 
It's easy to do and in most cases homeowners can fix leaks without a major financial investment. 
Follow these three easy steps to check your property for leaks:

  • Turn off all your water faucets, pipes, and other water-using fixtures to make sure no water is running.

  • Locate your water meter, which should be in or near the sidewalk area fronting your building or home.

  • Open the meter cover and check to see if the dial is moving.
    If it is, you have a leak!  Replace the cover and rotate it to secure it.

Watch a video on How to Detect A Leak In Your Home (click here)

Courtesy of Honolulu Board of Water Supply

 

Print out a helpful "How to Check for Leaks" handout

 

 

 

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