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Toughen penalties for illegal dumping


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 19, 2014

~~<p>Government has struggled in recent years to deter the practice of illegal dumping, and now it appears that the most effective strategy may be the equivalent of the neighborhood watch program.</p>
<p>It was the vigilance of employees working for a Kalaeloa developer, Hunt Cos.-Hawaii Division, that recorded a dumping on camera. What they captured were photos and video of an Island Hauling Inc. truck unloading 5 cubic yards of coral-fill material on a vacant parcel across from the Hunt management office.</p>
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Government has struggled in recent years to deter the practice of illegal dumping, and now it appears that the most effective strategy may be the equivalent of the neighborhood watch program.

It was the vigilance of employees working for a Kalaeloa developer, Hunt Cos.-Hawaii Division, that recorded a dumping on camera. What they captured were photos and video of an Island Hauling Inc. truck unloading 5 cubic yards of coral-fill material on a vacant parcel across from the Hunt management office. Login for more...



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