Recycle-Bowl, sponsored by Keep America Beautiful (KAB), is a national school recycling competition open to K-12 schools. This program is a great way to kick start or improve recycling at your school. Awards for Recycle-Bowl in Hawai‘i are donated by local businesses.
Recycling since 1992
Together we are working for a more sustainable future!
Madeline Longoria Garcia has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership from the University of Puget Sound; she choose to focus on Non-Profit Organization Management and Leadership. Ms. Garcia is familiar with
Michael Pierron, the Compost King, has a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from University of Hawai’i Hilo. He has been involved with various community gardening projects in east Hawai’i since 2011 and
Board Director, Volunteer Engagement Manager
Danielle (Dani) Burger recently moved to Hilo from Olympia, Washington. She is eager to work on her vision for sustainable communities, individuals and families that are confident in reducing waste and
Georjean Adams is Recycle Hawaii’s new President. She has been on Recycle Hawaii’s Board since July 2015. She retired to West Hawaii in 2014, after 10 years as President of EHS
Randyl Rupar is Recycle Hawaii’s Vice President. He has been one of Recycle Hawaii’s Board Directors since July 2014. Current Affiliation(s): Founder & Executive Director Sanctuary of Mana Keʻa Gardens
Jenna Long is now Recycle Hawaii’s Board Treasurer. She was Recycle Hawaii’s Board President July 2015 – September 2018. She has been a Board Member since 2011. Current Affiliation(s): Director
Terri Markovich has been with Recycle Hawaii for at least 27 years – much of it as Board Secretary. She is a passionate recycler and composter and represents Honoka’a perspective on
We have programs available throughout the year
Recycling Competition for K-12 Schools