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Domingo S. Cabusao

Environmental Engineer

DZSP-21 LLC

HQ Phone:  (671) 339-3926

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DZSP-21 LLC

Bldg 100 Naval Station

Guam

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Engineer

Guam Resorts Inc


Environmental Engineer Supervisor

Guam EPA


Water Pollution Control Program Director

Guam Environmental Protection Agency


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Guam EPA Staff Listing

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Domingo S. Cabusao Acting Chief Engineer475-1635 Domingo.Cabusao@guamepa.net


guampdn - www.guampdn.com - Hagatna, GU

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By Domingo S. Cabusao Domingo S. Cabusao is the acting administrator of the Guam Environmental Protection Agency.


guampdn - www.guampdn.com - Hagatna, GU

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The daily flow of sewage, equal to about 35 Olympic-size swimming pools, is being deposited 1,500 feet from the plant into the ocean through a massive pipe 85 feet deep at its end, according to Domingo Cabusao of the Guam Environmental Protection Agency's Water Pollution Department.Cabusao explained that the treatment plant was originally designed to handle a daily flow of 12 million gallons of wastewater.A fully functioning plant will remove 40 to 60 percent of the suspended solids in the sewage, he said.But the current flow of sewage is receiving only minimal screening, he said.Cabusao, however, said no matter how strong the current, there is no guarantee that sewage is not flowing back into the bay."That's what the precautions are for," he said.


guampdn - www.guampdn.com - Hagatna, GU

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But Domingo Cabusau, Guam EPA's water pollution control program manager, said for lots that are 10,000 square feet and under, Guam EPA requires they be hooked up to a public sewage system.


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An estimated 40 percent of Guam homes still have septic tanks for their sewage, said Domingo Cabusao, Guam EPA's water pollution control program manager.


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