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Keaau Recycling, Transfer Station, Water spigot facilities temporarily closed Tuesday (Nov 8)

Equipment at the entrance of the Keaau Transfer Station prepares for work near the water spigot facility. Photo by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Equipment at the entrance of the Keaau Transfer Station prepares for work near the water spigot facility. Photo by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

MEDIA RELEASE

The Kea‘au Recycling and Transfer Station and Water Spigot Facility is scheduled to close for one day on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, while construction crews continue work near the entrance to the facilities.

The renovation project at the site is nearly complete with an improved reuse facility, a new recessed recycling bin wall, improved traffic flow and landscaping.

The one-day closure is required to remove some dangerous trees and complete the final roadway striping. The work is dependent on good weather and may need to be rescheduled in the event of adverse conditions.

The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) thanks everyone for their patience throughout the construction period and DEM looks forward to serving the public at the newly improved facility.

For more information, call Hunter Bishop, DEM Deputy Director, 961-8083.

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