WAHIAWA (KHNL) -- The Department of Environmental Services will be conducting smoke testing of the wastewater collection system in Wahiawa.
It's to prevent rainwater from entering the sewer system.
ENV crews will blow smoke into sewer lines, examine whether any smoke escapes and record its location.
ENV officials say the smoke used is odorless and does not pose a health hazard.
Streets to be smoke-tested are Glen Avenue, Glenview Place, Wonder View Place, Kaneolehua Place, Nahenahe Place, Royal Palm Drive, Uuku Street, Nichols Street, Turner Street, Clark Place, Eames Street, Kilea Place, Dole Road, Hakuone Street, Hakuone Place and Kinikohu Street.
The tests will be conducted from April 22 through 25 and again from April 29 through May 2.
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