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					Recycling and Disposal
Guide for Oahu
       Opalavision on

                                                                                               Look inside for helpful
                                                                                               information on...
                                          Redefining trash TV in a
                                                                                                     Curbside Recycling
                                           new era of television
                                                                                               The 3-cart system is islandwide for refuse,
                                                                                               green waste and mixed recyclables.
                                                Watch new episodes of Opalavision
                                                 monthly on television and on the web,
                                                   and select episodes of interest to you
                                                     -- it’s interactive. Hawaii’s The Green         Community
                                                     Channel is the nation’s first eco-              Recycling Bins
                                                    conscious television network. It’s
                                                                                               Drop off your recyclables at islandwide
                                                  locally produced and provides viewers
                                                                                               locations and support our schools. Recycle
                                                  a central source for information about
                                                                                               at HI-5 redemption centers and fundraiser
                                                  preserving our environment, island-
                                                                                               events, too.
                                                 style.
                                                 The Green Channel launched with a
                                                  focus on recycling and intelligent waste
                                                                                                     Condo Recycling
                                                   management, one of today’s most             Reimbursement for program startup costs
                                                    important issues contributing to our       available up to $2000.
                                                    island’s sustainability. Opalavision
                                                    programming is supported by the
                                                   City’s Department of Environmental
                                                                                                     Bulky Item Collection
                                                   Services.                                   Regular, monthly pickup schedules for all
                                                                                               areas of the island.

                                                                                                     Household
Be Opala Akamai                                                                                      Hazardous Waste
Please take the time to learn more about all the stuff we throw away, and how you can help     Bi-monthly drop-off events.
sort it out. How we manage our island’s waste will affect generations to come. Increasing
recycling and waste-to-energy will benefit the environment and divert thousands of tons
from the landfill.
                                                                                                     Business Recycling
                                                                                               Reduce waste and save on disposal costs.
Oahu generates more than 1.5 million tons of waste annually of which almost one million        Online resources, design guidelines, model
tons are recycled. That’s a 60% landfill diversion rate. More than 500,000 tons of various     programs.
materials are reused and remade into new products, and another 500,000 tons are
converted into electricity at the H-POWER waste-to-energy facility.
                                                                                                     Education + Schools
We can and need to do more. Expansions to H-POWER are underway. Curbside recycling             Learn more at the annual Discover Recycling
is islandwide. Let’s work together to sort it out for a sustainable future.                    Event. Sign up for Tour de Trash. Resources
                                                                                               for recycling projects and activities to
                                                                                   Mahalo,     educate our keiki and raise funds for your
                                                                                               school.
                                                Department of Environmental Services
                                                           City & County of Honolulu



    Learn more at opala.org
Recycling Refuse                                                                                                                            Special Wastes
Collection Service                                                                                                                          and Drop-Off Sites
                                                                                                                                                   Bulky Item Collection
Refuse collection schedules changed as curbside recycling
integrated into the City’s collection system. Your neighborhood
is serviced twice per week: Monday/Thursday, Tuesday/Friday or                                                                                                                                                           There’s no excuse to dump on Hawaii.
Wednesday/Saturday. One day is designated for refuse pickup and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Collection services are readily available. Refuse and
the other for recycling pickup. Most island homes are using the
                                                                                                                                            Bulky item collection is provided to all residential properties              recyclables are collected curbside weekly, bulky items
wheeled carts provided by the City. Some neighborhoods, where
                                                                                                                                            on a no-call, regular monthly schedule: www.opala.org or call                monthly, and drop-off centers are available around the
automated collection is not possible, are serviced with a manual
                                                                                                                                            768-3200. Pickup is conducted over a 3-4 day period. All your items          island. Please call 768-3300 to report any illegal dump
collection system using your own 35-gallon containers. The manual
                                                                                                                                            must be placed at the curb fronting your property by 6:00 am on              sites. If you witness someone illegally dumping, call 911
service is twice weekly, and does not include separate recycling
                                                                                                                                            the first day, or they may not be collected. Separate trucks are used        immediately.
as yet. Apartment dwellers should follow directions for recycling/
                                                                                                                                            to collect recyclable metals versus landfill-bound items, and may
disposal provided by your property management.
                                                                                                                                            drive through your neighborhood at different times. Bulky items
                                                                                                                                            must not be placed at the curb any earlier than the day before your
                                                                                                                                            collection day, or you may be subject to fines.



       Curbside Recycling                                             For all curbside collection services:

3-Cart Refuse / Recycling Collection
Blue cart for mixed recyclables. Green cart for green waste. Gray
                                                                      Refuse, Recycling and Bulky Items                                     Drop-Off Facilities
cart for refuse. Your neighborhood’s weekly collection schedule       » Place at the curb by 6:00 am and no earlier than the evening
includes one refuse day and one recycling day (alternating weekly       before your scheduled collection day.
between the blue and green recycling carts). Collection schedule
maps and monthly calendars to track the alternating recycling days
                                                                      » Keep containers (and bulky items) on your property during                        Community Recycling Bins
                                                                        non-collection days.
are posted online at www.opala.org.                                                                                                                       Multi-material and special HI-5 fundraiser bins.
                                                                      » Pickup access should not be blocked by objects or vehicles.                       Aluminum cans, glass bottles and jars, plastics
Islandwide expansion for the 3-cart curbside recycling collection
                                                                        Allow 5 feet between cart and any object. Allow 2 feet between                    and     , newspaper, corrugated cardboard boxes
system was completed in May 2010, including a total of 160,000
                                                                        carts, if setting out more than one.                                (flattened), white and colored office paper; 100 islandwide locations;
homes. Recycling was added to the automated collection areas first,
                                                                                                                                            money earned from the sale of the recyclables goes to the schools
and plans for the manual collection areas will follow.                » Holiday Collections – The City provides scheduled collection
                                                                                                                                            hosting the bins.
                                                                        service on all holidays except Christmas Day and New Year’s
                                                                        Day. When your refuse day falls on these holidays, the missed
                                                                        collection will be made up on the following 1-2 days. Please                     Redemption Centers                                                       Household Hazardous Waste
                                                                        leave the gray cart at the curb until it is serviced. In manual                                                                                           Bi-monthly drop-off events on Saturday by appointment

       Condo Recycling
                                                                                                                                                        Take your deposit beverage containers to any
                                                                        collection areas with twice weekly refuse service, please hold                                                                                            only. Call 768-3201. More information, product lists and
                                                                                                                                                        certified redemption center to redeem your deposits.
                                                                        your refuse for the next scheduled day. Recycling days that                                                                                               disposal instructions at www.opala.org.
                                                                                                                                                        Redemption center locations posted on the State’s
                                                                        fall on the holidays will not be made up. Please hold mixed
                                                                                                                                            website at www.hi5deposit.com.
                                                                        recyclables and green waste for the next scheduled pickup.
Most multi-family buildings have private refuse hauling services
                                                                        Bulky collection is conducted over a 3-4 day period, and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Transfer Stations
contracted by your property management. Recycling programs
require similar coordination through your association of apartment
                                                                        crews will continue on the days following the holiday.              Drop-Off Convenience Centers for                                         Similar to Convenience Centers, with some restrictions. Keehi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Transfer (Middle St.) open 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm Monday through
owners and property management.                                                                                                             Refuse & Recycling                                                       Saturday (closed Sunday). Kapaa Transfer (Kapaa Quarry Rd.,
                                                                      For refuse and recycling:
Recycling offers condominium and apartment buildings an                                                                                     Household rubbish, appliances, furniture, tires, auto batteries,         Kailua) open 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday through Friday, 7:00 am
opportunity to lower refuse costs. Establishing a program in your     » Carts must be placed at the curb facing out.                        propane tanks, green waste; be prepared to sort items into separate      - 6:00 pm weekends. Kawailoa Transfer (off Kamehameha Hwy.,
building to separately collect aluminum, glass, plastic, newspaper,                                                                         containers for recycling and disposal: combustibles bin, which is        Haleiwa) open 7:00 am - 6:00 pm daily. Keehi Transfer accepts
                                                                      » All material must fit in the cart with the lid closed. Carts with
cardboard and green waste reduces the volume of material in your                                                                            taken to H-POWER; non-combustibles bin, which is taken to the            combustible material only.
                                                                        green waste, refuse or boxes protruding out the top cannot be
refuse dumpster. The City can help with recycling containers,                                                                               landfill; green waste bin, which is taken to the composting facility;
                                                                        collected. Please cut branches and flatten boxes. Crush and
technical assistance and reimbursement for start-up costs – www.                                                                            and designated areas for tires, batteries, appliances and propane
opala.org or call 768-3200.
                                                                        compact refuse to reduce volume in your gray cart.
                                                                                                                                            tanks. Follow the guard’s instructions. Six locations: Waimanalo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mulch/Compost Facilities
                                                                                                                                            (Hihimanu St. near sewage treatment plant), Waipahu (Waipahu             Green waste, such as leaves, branches, trimmings, palm fronds, stumps.
You can also recycle on your own and drop off at Community
                                                                      For refuse:                                                           Depot Rd.), Ewa Beach (Geiger Rd.), Waianae (off Plantation Rd.),        Hawaiian Earth Products (Malakole St., Campbell Industrial Park).
Recycling Bins and Redemption Centers in your area.
                                                                                                                                            Laie (Kamehameha Hwy., behind City baseyard), Wahiawa (Wilikina
                                                                      » Securely bag all refuse, especially organic food and pet waste.
                                                                                                                                            Dr. at Kamananui Rd. intersection). Open daily, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm.
                                                                        Periodically rinse out your gray cart to control odor and                                                                                    Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill
                                                                        vectors.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Disposal only; no recycling options. Located off Farrington Hwy.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     West of the Ko Olina exit. Open 7:00 am – 4:30 pm daily.



Learn more at opala.org
 SORT IT OUT.                                                                                                                                             How is it used?
 What to recycle and what to dispose.                                                                                                                     The story of new products, compost, energy – landfill diversion.


                                                                    Aluminum Cans                                  Plastic Containers
                                                                    Rinse.
                                                                                                                        and      ONLY
                                                                                                                   Rinse, remove and discard lids
                                                                    Glass Bottles and Jars                         and tops. Look for the plastic
                                                                                                                                                          Mixed Recyclables
                                                                    Rinse, remove and discard lids                                                        are sorted and shipped to remanufacturing facilities to be made into new products.
                                                                                                                   number code in a triangle
                                                                    and tops. Includes containers for
                                     small                                                                         embossed on containers.
                           Place a                                  beverages, wine, spirits, food.                                                       Recycled glass is used in new container        Recycled plastic is used to make new
                 tip          con tainer in
                                                                                                                                                          glass, “glasphalt” road pavement and fill      plastic containers, plastic lumber, carpet
                             your kit
                                      chen fo
                                         ience.
                                               r
                                                                    Newspaper                                      White & Colored                        material in construction.                      and textiles.
                                onven
                your fa
                        mily’s c
                        clables
                                 can be
                                          mixed
                                             , so
                                                                    Remove magazines and glossy                    Office Paper                           Recycling aluminum to make new cans            Recycled newspaper and cardboard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Did you know…
                All recy            lue cart                        inserts.
                           in the b                                                                                Deposit into PAPER section of          and other aluminum products cuts energy        become new newsprint, boxes and tissue           ”Post-consumer” recycled
                to gether             a single
                            ly need
                     you on                                                                                        community recycling bin. NO            use in production by 90%.                      paper.                                           content means that the
                            contain
                                     er.
                                                                    Corrugated Cardboard                           envelopes, junk mail, tape, stick-on                                                                                                   product was made from
                                                                    Flatten boxes. No single-layer
                                                                                                                   labels, rubber bands, magazines, or                                                                                                    materials recovered after consumer
» Curbside Blue Cart                                                flatboard, such as cereal boxes
                                                                                                                   shredded paper. Staples are okay.                                                                                                      use. Look for the recycled content
                                                                    and tissue boxes.
» Community Bins                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          logo on products you buy.
» Condo Programs                                                    NOTE: Deposit all items loose into your blue cart or community recycling bin.
                                                                    Do not bag, tie or bundle recyclable materials.




                                                                             Yard Trimmings                                                               Green Waste
                                                                                                                                                          is locally composted to produce a variety of soil amendment products.

                                                                             Leaves                                                                       Local mulch and compost products are           Compost is fully processed, ground green         Did you know…
                                                                                                                                                          sold as Menehune Magic in garden shops         waste with the look of rich soil. Use as a top
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Leaving grass clippings on your
                                                                                                                                                          or you can buy direct from Hawaiian Earth      dressing or mixed with other soils for potting
                                                 Deposit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          lawn adds nutrients. One full year of

                                    tip
                                                       aste
                                                                                                                                                          Products.                                      and planting to add organic nutrients.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          “grasscycling” equals one fertilizer
                                               green w
                                                   LOOSE
                                                         .                   Grass Clippings                                                              Mulch is coarsely ground, partially cured                                                       treatment.
» Curbside Green Cart                               essary!                                                                                               green waste. Use as ground cover to prevent
                                       No b  ags nec
                                                                                                                                                          erosion. Spread around trees and garden
» Drop-Off Centers                                                           Christmas Trees                                                              beds to retain moisture and limit weed
                                                                             No ornaments, tinsel or flocking.                                            growth.




                                                                    Plastic bags                                   Plastic containers
                                                                                                                   other than #1 and #2
                                                                    Styrofoam                                      (plastic codes #3 - #7)
                                                                                                                                                          Refuse
                                                                                                                                                          is processed at the H-POWER waste-to-energy facility to produce electricity.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Did you know…
                                                                    Telephone books                                Tin or steel cans                                                                                                                      These low-grade papers and plastics
                                                      d to
                                             No nee                                                                                                       H-POWER incinerates waste and generates        H-POWER recycles virtually 100% of the
                               tip
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          not designated for the recycling
                                            sort stee
                                                       l cans,
                                                          inum
                                                                    Cereal boxes                                   Other glass                            7% of Oahu’s electricity – 45 megawatts of     metals from the mixed waste.                     bins are combustible, and provide
                                             dir ty alum            and other flatboard                            such as ceramics, dishes,
                                                             art.                                                                                         power, enough to power 40,000 homes.                                                            greater benefit in local energy
                                                     e blue c
» Curbside Gray Cart            il or pa
                                         ns into
                                                  th
                                                        d using
                                                                                                                   glassware, window glass, light
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          production than shipping to distant
» Dumpster
                             fo
                               Metals
                                         are extr
                                                   acte
                                              d eddy
                                                        currents    Paper                                          bulbs, and mirrors.                    H-POWER provides an alternative to fossil
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          markets.
                               mag    nets an                       other than newspaper and                                                              fuels and contributes to our island’s energy
                                                   ycled.
                                          and rec                   corrugated cardboard.                          General household                      sustainability.

                                                                    Junk mail or magazines                         rubbish



 Learn more at opala.org
 Learn more at opala.org                                                                                                                                  Business Recycling
                                                                                                                                                          Assistance
Other Refuse                                                                                                                                       The opala.org website offers model recycling program, peer consultants and detailed guidelines for designing
                                                                                                                                                   recycling systems, employing waste prevention strategies, buying recycled products and educating employees.


                                                                                                                                                   Mandatory Recycling Laws                                                  Buy Recycled Products
Appliances                                     Used Oil                                          Hazardous Chemicals
                                                                                                                                                   Most Oahu businesses are affected by one or more of the City’s            Look for the recycled-content label on products when you shop,
Large appliances collected by the City,        Motor oil, cutting oil or fuel oil can be         Call the Household Hazardous Waste Info-
                                                                                                                                                   mandatory recycling laws. Bars and restaurants are required               and be especially watchful for locally made recycled products
appliance dealers and private refuse haulers   disposed with your regular household              Line at 768-3201 to schedule an appointment
                                                                                                                                                   to recycle glass. Office buildings with 20,000 square feet of             to support our local recycling collection efforts. Local recycled
are delivered to a metal recycler. • Arrange   rubbish. Use an oil change box or pour into       for the next drop-off (held bi-monthly).
                                                                                                                                                   office space are required to recycle office paper, newspaper and          products include mulch/compost, glasphalt, crushed glass garden
for the appliance dealer to remove your old    a plastic bag with an absorbent material and      Limited quantities will be accepted from
                                                                                                                                                   cardboard. Food waste recycling is mandatory for businesses               sculptures, crushed glass for construction fill, oil change boxes,
appliance when they deliver your new one.      seal the bag. • Commercial generators must        each householder. • Commercial generators
                                                                                                                                                   that generate large volumes including hotels, large restaurants           hydromulch, cellulose insulation, and biodiesel fuels. Free mulch may
• Place at curb for City bulky item pickup.    handle and dispose of used oil in accordance      must handle and dispose of hazardous
                                                                                                                                                   and grocery stores, hospitals and food manufacturers/processors.          be available at Hawaiian Earth Products. Call to check on availability
• Drop off at City Convenience Centers         with EPA and State Department of Health           material in accordance with EPA and State
                                                                                                                                                   Green waste and cardboard are restricted at City disposal sites to        and additional locations. More product and company information at
for Refuse & Recycling or at Kapaa and         guidelines.                                       Department of Health guidelines.
                                                                                                                                                   no more than 10% of a truckload. Large commercial generators,             www.opala.org.
Kawailoa Transfer Stations. • Commercial
                                                                                                                                                   such as landscapers, property managers, and shopping centers,
entities should deliver directly to the        Autos                                             Paint
                                                                                                                                                   must separate this material for delivery to recycling and composting
recycling facilities.
                                               All junk autos are recycled. To arrange for       Small quantities generated at home can be         facilities. Tires, auto batteries, white goods (appliances), scrap
                                               free auto junking service for your car, call      disposed of with your regular household           metal and commercial e-waste are all banned from disposal sites
Batteries
                                               532-4325 or go to a Satellite City Hall. To       rubbish. Latex paints can be hardened             and should be recycled.
Give your old auto batteries to the dealer     report abandoned autos, call 733-2530.            in the can, then thrown away. Oil-based
when purchasing new ones or you may take                                                         paints must be solidified with an absorbent
them to the City Convenience Center nearest    Tires                                             material, such as shredded paper, old rags,
you. State law requires the dealer to accept                                                     or sawdust, then sealed in a plastic bag. An
                                               Give your old tires to the dealer when
and recycle them. • Drop off rechargeable                                                        oil change box provides the same results.

                                                                                                                                                          Education and School
                                               purchasing new ones or you may take them
batteries from cell phones, computers and                                                        • Commercial generators must handle and
                                               to the City Convenience Center nearest
power equipment in special collection boxes                                                      dispose of paint in accordance with EPA and
                                               you. State law requires the dealer to accept
at Best Buy and Home Depot. • Regular                                                            State Department of Health guidelines.
alkaline batteries (A, C, D type) can be
safely disposed of with your regular refuse
                                               and recycle them. • Tires are banned from
                                               disposal sites.     Commercial generators
                                               should deliver to recycling facilities.
                                                                                                 Rock, Dirt, Concrete                                     Recycling Assistance
collection. Manufacturers no longer use
                                                                                                 Do not throw in trash. • Deliver to the
heavy metals in their production.
                                               Propane Tanks                                     Waimanalo       Gulch      Sanitary    Landfill
                                                                                                                                                   Teachers! Click on the Learning Center at www.opala.org for ideas         Subscribe online to WasteLine,
                                                                                                 (Leeward Oahu). • Commercial generators
Electronic Waste (e-waste) Computers           Do not throw in trash. If propane tanks get                                                         for recycling projects and field trips, and funding for Recycling
                                                                                                 are restricted from the Waimanalo Gulch                                                                                     a bi-monthly e-newsletter which profiles successful community and
                                               into H-POWER, they may explode! • Take                                                              Teaching Partners to assist you. Multi-material and HI-5 recycling
Donate old functional computers to local                                                         Landfill and can deliver to crushing/recycling                                                                              business recycling programs, innovations and technology, and opens
                                               propane tanks to any City Convenience                                                               bins are available for your campus to raise funds for your school.
organizations. • Take non-functional                                                             facilities or take to the construction and                                                                                  discussions on new directions in the City’s waste management and
                                               Center for Refuse & Recycling.                                                                      And don’t miss the annual Discover Recycling, a one-day event to
computers to local recycling companies                                                           demolition landfill in Nanakuli.                                                                                            recycling programs. You can stay in the loop, talkin’ trash, connected
                                                                                                                                                   introduce educators to recycling resources for your schools and
(see list on back). • Recycle e-waste                                                                                                                                                                                        to the resources with a click of your mouse.
                                               Furniture, Mattresses                                                                               classrooms.
through    retailer  and   manufacturer
takeback programs. • Okay to dispose           Place at curb for bulky item collection. • Drop                                                     Students! Use the opala.org website to help you with recycling            Sign up for Tour de Trash,
of home computers with regular trash or        off at City Convenience Centers for Refuse                                                          projects and papers. Click on the News link for archived stories on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             a FREE bus tour of Oahu’s trashier side. Select from six scheduled
bulky pickup. • Commercial e-waste is          & Recycling, Kapaa and Kawailoa Transfer                                                            waste and recycling issues in the local and national news. Click on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tours to get an up-close look at recycling and waste processing
banned from disposal. More detail online       Stations or the landfill. • Commercial entities                                                     the Media Library for video clips, recycling songs, photos, graphic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             operations on Oahu and successful recycling programs implemented
at www.opala.org.                              should deliver directly to the landfill.                                                            art and recycled art. Use these to enhance posters, banners and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             by island businesses. Teachers and groups can call for more
                                                                                                                                                   PowerPoints. The Resource Library provides technical studies, Oahu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             information about arranging custom tours.
Cell Phones                                                                                                                                        recycling rates, mandatory recycling laws, recycling company lists,
                                                                                                                                                   guidelines for conducting a waste audit and designing recycling
Old obsolete cell phones can be donated to
                                                                                                                                                   systems, and a glossary of waste/recycling terms. You could create
organizations for reuse and recycling. Ask
                                                                                                                                                   a really cool project or report.
your service provider and/or go online at
www.opala.org for a list of organizations.                                                                                                         Schools and Non-Profit Organizations! Raise funds with HI-5
Many provide pre-paid shipping labels.                                                                                                             collection events. The City offers big recycling bins for consolidation
                                                                                                                                                   and transport, smaller collection containers to capture HI-5’s at
                                                                                                                                                   sports and community events, guidelines for organizing your
                                                                                                                                                   event, and banners to promote it. Click on the link to Recycling
                                                                                                                                                   Fundraisers.




Learn more at opala.org
City and County of Honolulu
Department of Environmental Services - Refuse Division
1000 Uluohia Street, Suite 212
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707




Recycling and Disposal
Guide for Oahu

Learn more at




Contact Us                                         Wahiawa
                                                      (Wahiawa, Kunia Camp, Mililani,
                                                                                         621-5241     Yard Waste/Untreated Wood
                                                                                                       Hawaiian Earth Products (Campbell)       682-5895
Refuse and Recycling Services           768-3200      Waipio Acres)
                                                   Waialua                               637-4795     Metals
Refuse Division                         768-3401                                                      Okuda Metal                               845-6856
Recycling Office                        768-3200      (Waialua, Haleiwa, Sunset)
                                                   Waianae                               697-1178     Han’s Metals                              676-4797
Household Hazardous Waste               768-3201                                                      Schnitzer Steel Hawaii                    682-5810
H-POWER Waste-to-Energy                 768-5455      (Makaha to Honokai Hale)
Waimanalo Gulch Landfill                668-2985   BULKY ITEM COLLECTION                 768-3300     Motor Oil/Tires/Freon (commercial only)
                                                   (recorded schedule information)                    Unitek (motor oil, tires)                 682-8284
DROP-OFF CONVENIENCE CENTERS                                                                          Philip Services (motor oil)               682-3033
Ewa
Laie
                                        226-2996
                                        293-8714   Recycling/Composting                               Refrigerant Recycling (freon)
                                                                                                      Island Recycling (tires)
                                                                                                                                                682-1555
                                                                                                                                                682-9200
Wahiawa
Waianae
                                        621-3648
                                        696-4203   Companies                                          Computers
Waimanalo                               259-7182   Multi-material                                     Enviroservices                            839-7222
Waipahu                                 676-8878   (aluminum, metal, glass, plastic, paper)            Haztech Environmental Services*          671-1985
Kapaa (Kailua)                          262-4248   CM Recycling (no paper)                 842-6640   Philip Services*                          845-0032
Keehi (Honolulu)                        845-1162   Honolulu Recovery Systems               842-3602   Pacific Commercial Services               545-4599
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Kawailoa (Haleiwa)                      637-5511   Island Recycling                        682-9200   Pacific Corp Solutions                    488-8870
                                                   Lenox Metals                            682-5539   SD Systems                                836-7950
REFUSE, RECYCLING, BULKY COLLECTION                                                                   T & N Services                            371-0281
Honolulu                                832-7840   Reynolds Recycling                      487-2802
                                                       (metals, aluminum, glass, plastic)             *commercial only
  (Foster Village to Hawaii Kai)
Kapaa                                   262-7298   RRR Recycling Services                  682-5600   Other
  (Kailua, Kaneohe, Waimanalo)                     Island Shell (paper only)               487-1100   Ecofeed (food waste)                      841-5586
Koolauloa                               293-5657   Auto Batteries                                     Printer cartridges –      see list at www.opala.org
  (Kahuku to Kahaluu)                              Battery Bill’s                          833-3797
Pearl City                              455-9644   Exide Battery                           682-4600
  (Waipio Gentry, Royal Kunia, Waipahu,            Interstate Battery                      676-6000
    Halawa to Makakilo, Pearl City, Kapolei)

				
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