Welcome to your Hilo Bay Pollution

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1) The breakwater was completed in 1929, and had the effect of trapping most of the debris
2) A _________ study shows that the territorial government estimated 3.5 million gallons of raw sewage were being dumped into the bay each day.
3) A 1950 study described the water pollution in the bay as “terrifying,” and warned of the possibility of water- borne epidemic.
4) Hilo sugar co pollute Hilo bay the most.
5) The high no3 and no2- concentration measured in the Wailoa River and Hilo bay most likely stem from the land use within this watershed.
6) Approximately _____of the wailoa river’s drainage area is comprised of low- and high-intensity development and agriculture.
7) Only  % to  % of Hilo is connected to the sewer line.
8) Possible anthropogenic sources of no3 and no2 include

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Welcome to your Hilo Bay Pollution

NameBusinessEmailPhone Number
1) The breakwater was completed in 1929, and had the effect of trapping most of the debris
2) A _________ study shows that the territorial government estimated 3.5 million gallons of raw sewage were being dumped into the bay each day.
3) A 1950 study described the water pollution in the bay as “terrifying,” and warned of the possibility of water- borne epidemic.
4) Hilo sugar co pollute Hilo bay the most.
5) The high no3 and no2- concentration measured in the Wailoa River and Hilo bay most likely stem from the land use within this watershed.
6) Approximately _____of the wailoa river’s drainage area is comprised of low- and high-intensity development and agriculture.
7) Only  % to  % of Hilo is connected to the sewer line.
8) Possible anthropogenic sources of no3 and no2 include

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