CLARIFICATION: This article was updated to reflect gallons of water use. Numbers in the previous version of this story were listed as kilogallons.

HONOLULU (KHON2) — It’s been six months since the Board of Water Supply called for the immediate need to conserve water in the Aiea-Halawa and Metro Honolulu areas. BWS continues to ask customers to voluntarily reduce their water usage by 10% during the hot summer months and since there are three less water wells as a result of the Red Hill fuel contamination.

The State of Hawaii Data Book 2021 released last month includes the Top 25 water users on Oahu using estimated monthly averages. Annual dates were revised to a fiscal year timeline ending June 30.

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TOP 25 WATER USERS ON OAHU IN 2021

1. Department of Environmental Services (R1 Honolulu TP) — 78,804,000 gallons
2. United States Government (Commanding General) — 72,998,000 gallons
3. Prince Waikiki Golf Club — 25,761,000 gallons
4. West Loch Golf Course — 14,963,000 gallons
5. Hilton Hawaiian Village Lessee LLC — 14,406,000 gallons
6. Coral Creek Golf Course — 14,207,000 gallons
7. Ewa Beach Golf Club — 13,330,000 gallons
8. Hoakalei Country Club — 13,193,000 gallons
9. Department of Environment Services (1614 Sand Island Parkway) — 12,846,000 gallons
10. Ewa Village Golf Course — 12,834,000 gallons
11. Kalaeloa Partners LP — 12,371,000 gallons
12. A E S Hawaii Inc — 10,514,000 gallons
13. Division of Park Maintenance & Recreation (Central Oahu Regional Park) — 10,190,000 gallons
14. PAR Hawaii Refining LLC — 9,588,000 gallons
15. Tesoro Hawaii Corporation — 9,561,000 gallons
16. Airport Maintenance (530 Paiea Street) — 9,456,000 gallons
17. Division of Park Maintenance & Recreation (1201 Ala Moana Blvd.) — 9,241,000 gallons
18. Division of Park Maintenance & Recreation (66-167 Haleiwa Rd.) — 8,587,000 gallons
19. United States Government (2055 Kalia Road) — 8,565,000 gallons
20. Hawaiian Cement — 8,348,000 gallons
21. University of Hawaii (2566 Dole Street) — 8,161,000 gallons
22. Disney Vacation Resort & Spa (Ko Olina) — 7,643,000 gallons
23. Hawaii MVCC LLC — 7,580,000 gallons
24. Airport Maintenance (463 Lagoon Drive) — 7,385,000 gallons
25. Department of Veterans Affairs — 7,106,000 gallons

Source: BWS records

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While the 10% reduction in water usage request applies only to the Aiea-Halawa and Metro Honolulu areas, BWS said it would help a great deal if everyone volunteered to do this to avoid implementing mandatory water restrictions. Click here to learn more.