Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-06 19:48:26 –
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Honolulu (KHON2) — Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH) said in a press release that it is aware of high bacterial levels associated with treated effluents from water reclamation facilities.
“MCBH is dedicated to environmental protection and recognizes the important role that good stewardship plays in future success,” said MCBH Captain Eric Abrams.
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Another test was conducted on August 30, and MCBH received the test results on Friday, September 3, revealing that enterococcal bacterial levels were below acceptable limits.
MCBH said there is currently no public health risk associated with wastewater shared by the base and the Kailua area wastewater treatment plant in Honolulu City and the county.
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According to MCBH, its wastewater reclamation facility and environmental compliance and protection department will continue to closely monitor the system.
MCBH is located near Makapuu Point on Oahu.
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