Conserve Water Tools

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Maui County’s dry season runs now through September so our reduced rainfall and hot summer months, are just beginning!
Forecasts for the summer and fall show below normal rainfall and calls for water conservation will become stickier as these hot months go by. The Department of Water Supply (DWS) is diligently working to ensure our resources are being used efficiently and respectfully in Maui County. However, we must all do our part to prepare for this dry season.

Department of Water Supply Director Jeff Pearson knows the summer drought is coming; “We will watch overall weather patterns and be prepared for not if — but when — the next drought conditions are upon us”.

  1. Water Resources & Planning

    Physical Address
    2200 Main Street
    Suite 102 (One Main Plaza)
    Wailuku, HI 96793

    Phone: (808) 463-3110

Don't Waste a Drop Community Outreach Events

QR CodeWe will be out in the community at events across Maui County. Stop by our booth and take our short survey to receive FREE merchandise; such as T-shirts, bottles, bags, and hats! Scan the QR code to take the survey when you get there.

This week on Sunday, August 22, 2021, we will be at the Maui Sunday Market in Kahului from 4pm -8pm. Come out, see us and get FREE fixtures and merchandise.

Don’t sweat it!  We are here to help!

DWS is working to assist the public in finding simple and creative solutions to conserve water across Maui County. In small and large ways, every household can cut back water usage around your home and in the yard. When introduced in your hale, effective changes can add up to big water savings! Check out below our helpful tips, links, and FREE items to help you and your ohana do their part to make sure there is enough for us all when we need it!

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  1. Around the Yard
  2. Kids Zone and Interactive Education
  3. We Can Help
  4. How Hot is It?

Around the HaleThere are so many ways to help conserve water indoors within your regular activities at home! Many of you know not to leave the water running when you brush your teeth and to take shorter showers. However, there are other ways to conserve water inside your home, such as using water-efficient appliances, toilets, and fixing leaks. DWS offers various ways to help you conserve water in your home with free programs and fixtures

Check out our lists of printable tips that might just help you save gallons of water each and every day! Print them and hang them up around the house as a reminder for everyone in your hale so they “Don’t Waste a Drop” and that small ways to save water can make a difference for everyone to get through these hot months.