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ASPA COMPLETES FIRST PHASE OF EAST SIDE WASTE WATER SYSTEM

frostlehualani@yahoo.com
[photo: Leua Aiono Frost]

Yesterday, the first phase of the East Side Village Waste Water Collection System was completed and a ribbon cutting ceremony was held by ASPA to celebrate this achievement.

The project is funded by the USEPA, and signifies the beginning of a series of 5 projects that will be built over the next few years to complete the sewer line system from Atu’u, beyond  the canneries all the way to Breakers point, Oneasosopo.

The completed project involved repairing an old clarigester tank and bringing it back into service so the entire WWTP can accept increased water waste flow from the East Side Villages from Breakers Point to Leloaloa. Repairs were done by Fletcher Construction.

The ribbon was cut by First Lady Mary Ann Togiola, and remarks were offered by Gov. Togiola. Attending were government leaders and Ma’oputasi village council leaders.



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