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ALA WAI CLEAN UP

The University of Hawaii asked students of different grade levels to come up with innovative solutions to address the Ala Wai watershed stream and ecosystem restoration, sediment control, flood mitigation with community education and engagement and cultural connections.


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Four Seasons Resort Hualalai-EM•1® and EM® Genki Balls used since 2007

David Chai is the Director of Natural Resources at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai on Kailua Kona, on the island of Hawaii. He heard about EM® usage when I spoke at the Kona Chamber of Commerce in 2006 on EM Technology®. It seemed their anchialine pond system was going down hill after the aeration pump had shut down and nitrogen levels were rising even with water exchange.

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EM® use in commercial aquaculture farm on Oahu, Hawaii

Wong's Products LLLC, started to EM® on his tar fields in Nov. 2013 due to disease outbreak. He then took over the commercial prawn production after his brother retired in 2013.

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Taylor Shellfish Farms

Taylor Shellfish Farms, Inc., headquartered in Washington State, is one of the largest US clam and oyster producers and maintains a nursery and hatchery at Hawaii Ocean, Science & Technology Park Administered by the National Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority (NELHA) where juvenile mollusks take a “winterless Hawaiian grow out vacation” during critical early growth periods. Hundreds of millions of juvenile Manila clams and juvenile Pacific oysters are exported back to Washington each year for final grow out in company-owned intertidal areas or sold as seed stock for other growers.

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