Date: October 28, 2017 Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Locations: Hilo Ka Waena Lapaʻau Medical Complex (Upper Parking Lot) 670 Ponohawai Street, Hilo, HI 96720 Kona Hawaiʻi Police Department (Kealakehe Police Station Parking Lot) 74-0611 Hale Mākaʻi Place Kailua-Kona, HI 96740 The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will coordinate a collaborative effort with state and local law enforcement agencies to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation’s medicine cabinets. The National Take-Back Day provides an opportunity for the
The Annual International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) by Ocean Conservancy is underway. Get the Drift and Bag It, our part in the ICC, is beginning to see data from different cleanups begin to roll in. It’s not too late to organize a clean up and be apart of this great campaign. Recycle Hawaii and Keep Hawaii Beautiful are working together to coordinate the Big Island’s beach and waterway cleanups and there are still many beaches that have not been cleaned. If you
Recycle Hawaii’s Kealakehe|Kona Reuse Center will be closed on October 14th for Ironman. We will reopen on the next day. The County of Hawaii’s Puanahulu Landfill in Waikoloa and the Kealakehe|Kona Recycling and Transfer Station will also be closed on October 14th. Regular services will still be available at the Keauhou Recycling and Transfer Station including our Keauhou Recycle Hawaii Reuse Center. To see the County’s full news release visit here: 2017 Ironman Triathlon Solid Waste Closures on 2017-10-14
We’re happy to announce that our Where To Recycle Directory For Residents is live! We have organized the directory into common materials and then by areas served. We will be working to improve these resource and your feedback is welcome and very much appreciated. Over the next month we will be working to verify all our listed recycling vendors in order to make sure our directory is up to date and as accurate as we can make it for you all.
KTA Super Stores Puainako is doing a Trash to Treasures Art Demonstration Class Saturday, August 26, 2017 10am to 11am KTA Super Stores Puainako Conference Rooms FREE to the public! All ages welcome! (minors must be accompanied by an adult) – Learn how to turn household trash items into art – See examples of what we use to make KTA’s decorations – See what kind of recyclable materials are used to make KTA’s Annual Haunted House To attend, sign up at
Join us for a Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Event Hosted By: Sustainable Island Products and Recycle Hawaii. Where: Sustainable Island Products, 831 Leilani Street in Hilo. When: August 24, 5:30pm – 7:00pm Bring your friends and coworkers along for some ono pupu and drinks, plus chances to win some great Lucky Business Card Drawing prizes. Only $10 for Chamber Member business employees, $15 for others. Pre-Registration required by Thursday, Aug 17 To Register