Environmental

The Environmental Section, AIR-EE, serves as the Divisional coordinator for matters relating to the statewide environmental compliance program, including but not limited to: water quality and hazardous waste materials. Among other issues, AIR-EE manages the Storm Water Management Program Plan (SWMPP), including HNL’s Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit.

Environmental Policy Statement

It is the policy of the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) to manage our facilities and program in a manner that proetcts the environment, the safety of our employees, and the public health…

NPDES Inspection and Enforcement Manual

The Department of Transportation, Airports Division (DOTA) has been actively involved in the development and implementation of the programs to control storm water pollution since the inception of federal storm water regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This document details the procedures implemented by DOTA environmental personnel at the Hawaii airports to ensure that all DOTA and tenant operations comply with regulatory requires and the storm water Best Management Practices (BMP’s).

SustainableDOT-A

Learn more about the DOT-A’s Sustainability Program and Guiding Resources by visiting the SustainableDOT-A webpage.

Construction Site Runoff Control Program (For Designers, Construction Managers, and Contractors)

The Construction Site Runoff Control Program has been developed to address the potential pollutants that are generated as a result of construction activities in accordance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for Honolulu International Airport (HNL). All Designers, Construction Managers, Contractors, and other parties involved with construction at the airport must comply with this program.

HNL Storm Water Program

The State of Hawaii Department of Transportation, Airports Division (DOTA) owns and operates the Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (Small MS4) to convey storm water from structures, runways, taxiways, and roadways at HNL to Keehi Lagoon and Mamala Bay. These MS4 discharges are regulated by the Clean Water Act and specifically a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit from the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) designed to reduce or eliminate the impact that they may have on the receiving waters.

Environmental Management System

Airports statewide must comply with the Environmental Management System (EMS) per requirements dictated in the Consent Decree CV05 00636. Airports’ written commitment to this program and all environmental regulations can be viewed here.

Kahului Airport Storm Water Program

The Kahului Airport (OGG) is regulated under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program and a Notice of General Permit Coverage from the Department of Health. The program is detailed in the Kahului Airport Storm Water Pollution Control Plan, which should be implemented by industrial tenants at OGG and parties conducting operations that has the potential to impact discharged storm water. Please contact the Maui District Environmental Health Specialist with any questions at (808) 838-8002.

Molokai Airport Storm Water Program

The Molokai Airport (MKK) is regulated under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program and a Notice of General Permit Coverage from the Department of Health. The program is detailed in the Molokai Airport Storm Water Pollution Control Plan, which should be implemented by industrial tenants at MKK and parties conducting operations that has the potential to impact discharged storm water. Please contact the Molokai Environmental Health Specialist with any questions at (808) 838-8064.

Annual Mandatory Tenant Storm Water Training Video

This video is the Annual mandatory tenant Storm Water Training for 2016. The video is about 33 minutes long and covers the requirements for good housekeeping, spill response and spill notification for DOT-Airports. At the end of the presentation, please download and complete the following two forms: