NOTICE OF PROPOSED WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT PERMIT
FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU AND
SYNAGRO TECHNOLOGIES, INC
PERMIT NO. HI 11WWIP323
The State Department of Health (DOH) tentatively proposes to issue a Wastewater Management (WWM) permit to manage wastewater and wastewater sludge subject to special conditions to:
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU AND
SYNAGRO TECHNOLOGIES, INC
The City and County of Honolulu, Department of Environmental Services owns and operates the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant. Synagro Technologies, Inc., is a contractor to the City and County of Honolulu, and owns and operates the In-Vessel Bioremediation plant located in the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The goal of this proposed draft WWM permit, to reduce the amount of pollution to the maximum extent practicable, will be achieved through the implementation of pollution prevention measures designed to reduce the generation of pollutants.
Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed WWM permit or to request a public hearing, should submit their comments or requests in writing no later than 30 days after the date of this notice, either in person or by mail to:
State of Hawaii
Waste Water Branch
2827 Waimano Home Rd #207
Pearl City, HI 96782
Copies of the proposed draft permit and other information are available for public inspection Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 7:45 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. at the DOH office address shown above. Copies may be bought. The draft permit and permit rationale are also available on the internet at:
For more information or if you have special needs due to disability that will aid you in inspecting and/or commenting on the draft permit and related information, please contact Mr. Michael Cummings, Planning and Design Section, Wastewater Branch, at the above address or (808) 586-4294 (Voice) at least seven (7) days before the comment deadline. For those who use a TTY/TDD, please call through Sprint Relay Hawaii, at 1-711 or 1-877- 447-5991.
All comments and requests received on time will be considered. If DOH determines that there is significant public interest, a public hearing may be held after the 30 days of public notice.
If DOH’s position is substantially unchanged after considering all timely written comments and all oral comments at any public hearing that may be held, then the DOH will issue the WWM permit and this action will be final.
Please notify anyone you know who would be interested in this matter.
Dr. Bruce S. Anderson
Director of Health