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Our Mission

Our Values

Origin of
Our Name

For many who call Hawaiʻi home, the ʻumeke, or calabash bowl, holds a place of deep cultural significance, serving not just as a vessel for meals but as a cherished heirloom, weaving together generations of family history. In traditional Hawaiian households, families would gather to share meals in an ʻumeke. When these bowls showed signs of wear, exhibiting cracks from years of use, they were not simply discarded. Instead, Hawaiian craftsmen used a pewa, or fishtail joint, a woodworking technique that not only mended but strengthened the ʻumeke. This practice exemplified a profound respect for resources and a commitment to sustainability, in contrast to the disposable culture that has led to the poisoning of our oceans by plastic waste.

Inspired by this legacy of environmental stewardship and community, Pewa Group takes its name and ethos from this practice.


Our mission is to pave the way toward a more sustainable Hawaiʻi by providing organizations with client-oriented solutions that help manage their environmental impact, thus nurturing a healthier
planet for future generations.


Aloha ʻĀina

Aloha ʻāina (love for the land). Central to all of our work is the recognition of the significant value of our Earth and its resources. We live this value by helping businesses minimize their carbon footprint, thereby reducing their impact on our environment. 


Kūlia (to strive). We strive for excellence in the work we provide for our clients. We are constantly leveraging new technologies to create a brighter future for the next generation


You know this one.

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