where did you buy your unprescribed clomid All home builders have a responsibility to protect Hawaiʻi's precious natural environment. Unfortunately, some "monster home" builders may not be taking adequate precautions.

buy cytotec next day delivery The City & County has a few excellent resources regarding Erosion & Sediment Control Plans for home construction sites:

Stockpiling of Soil/Materials

Measures should be taken to mitigate erosion and sediment pollution from stockpiles and other materials, such as:

  • Locating stockpiles away from flows of storm water, water courses and inlets;
  • Protecting stockpiles with temporary perimeter sediment barriers;
  • Covering, stabilizing and protecting stockpiles from rain events; and
  • Implementing wind erosion control practices as appropriate.

More information here

Protection of Storm Drains

Storm drain inlets within 50 feet of the project site must be protected by either a "gutter buddy," "biosock," or with "silt fabric" under/around the drain grate. Prior to storm events, storm drain inlets should be removed to prevent flooding and then reinstalled afterwards.

Concrete Waste Management

Builders should not wash down or mix concrete on the sidewalk or street, nor should they wash concrete, paint or other wash water into storm drains. Washing concrete, paint and other wash water is a violation and subject to fines. Other liquid wastes need to be contained in a kiddy pool, holding pit, sediment basin, or portable tank.

Read the Rules

DPP has new rules regulating storm water and erosion, effective August 16, 2017. Click here to access the new rules.

Report Environmental Issues

Call the City's Environmental Concern line at 768-3300 to report environmental issues. Be sure to take detailed notes and photos to help inspectors ensure environmental quality.