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Kalaheo-Koloa



Where does my water come from?

 

Your water comes from ground water (underground) sources.  Rain that falls in the mountain filters through the ground into formations called aquifers. Wells are drilled into these formations and the water is pumped out. These formations can also be found in the mountains (still considered ground water). Tunnels are constructed to tap these sources. 

 

The quality of groundwater is very good and requires no treatment except for disinfection (as opposed to surface water sources that require filtration and stronger disinfection).

 

 

The water supply for the Kalaheo-Koloa water system comes from the following sources:

 

Kalaheo Area:

              Kalaheo Deepwell A

              Kalaheo Deepwell B

           

Lawa'i-Oma'o Area:

             Lawa'i Well No. 1

             Lawa'i Well No. 2

            Piwai Wells No. 2 & 3

           

Koloa-Po'ipu Area:

          Koloa Wells 16-A & 16-B

          Koloa Wells C, D, E & F

 

All of the water is chlorinated and pumped into the distribution system or stored in the following tanks:

 

Kalaheo Area

            Kalaheo Nursery

            100,000 gallon tank

 

            Kalaheo Clear Well Storage Tank

            300,000 gallon tank

           

            Kalaheo 908 Tank

            500,000 gallon tank

           

            Kukuilono #1

            250,000 gallon tank

 

            Kukuilono #2

            200,000 gallon tank

            Kakela Maikai
            200,000 gallon tank

           

Lawa'i-Oma'o Area:

          Andrade Tank

          30,000 gallon tank

           

          Lawa'i

          250,000 gallon tank

           

          Piwai

         100,000 gallon tank

           

Koloa-Po'ipu Area:

          Koloa

          1,000,000 gallon tank

           

          Koloa (Pa'anao Tank)

          250,000 gallon tank

           

          Po'ipu

          1,500,000 gallon tanks @ 2 each

 

          Paanau No. 2

          500,000 gallon tank

           

          Oma'o Tank

         500,000 gallon tank

 

   

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