Our landfill is full and we need your help to reduce waste. There are recycling locations located on every side of the island. Please use them!
What can I recycle?
Please empty and rinse containers and remove lids.
#1 and #2 Plastics
Aluminum cans (no tin cans)
Junk Mail (brochures, maps, magazines, etc.)
Where can I drop off my stuff?
Princeville at the North ShoreTransfer Station
Kapa’a at the end of Kahau Road (on the way to the bypass road)
Lihu’e in the back of the K-Mart parking lot on the pavilion side of the store
Po’ipu in the Brenneke’s Parking Lot
Lawai Post Office
Ele’ele at the Ele’ele Shopping Center
Waimea at the Waimea Canyon Park
Kekaha at the Kekaha Landfill
I want my 5¢ back
Approximately 75,000 beverage containers are thrown into the trash or littered every hour in the state. The bottle bill (HI 5) was created to increase the recovery of beverage containers. Retailers charge a nickel deposit. You can redeem your deposit at the following redemption centers:
Hanalei – Kauai Community Recycling Services5-5299 Kuhio Hwy (next to Waioli Park) Tuesday 8am – 2pm
Kaphi – Reynolds Recycling (behind Menehune food mart)5675B Kawaihau RoadTuesday – Saturday 9am- 5pm
Lihue – Garden Isle Disposal2666 Niumalu Road (near sugar cane bldg) Mon – Fri 8am – 4pm, Sat 8am -noon
Nawiliwili Harbor – Reynolds RecyclingCorner of Wilcox and Kanoa StTues thru. Sat 9am – 5 pm
Lawai – Reynolds RecyclingLawai Post Office Parking LotWed & Sat 8am – Noon
Kekaha – Kekaha Landfill Wed & Sat 8am – 3 pm
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