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Electronic Recycling Restrictions Begin

Starting today (May 1, ), the County of Maui&#;s free Electronic Recycling Program will no longer accept a list of items including: DVDs and VCRs; phones; audio-visual equipment including AV screens, cameras and projectors; transmission devices; audio equipment including receivers; CD and record players, amplifiers or speakers.  These items will have to be landfilled instead.

The restrictions are being implemented due to changes in the recycling commodities market.  Previously China had purchased 80% of the world&#;s recycled plastic, but the country has since restricted recyclable commodities and set strict contamination limits in an effort to clean its environment.

“Markets shift and we have to shift, too. We cannot collect a commodity that does not have an end use,” said Marty Mahon, E-Cycling’s program administrator. “Please cooperate and take only acceptable items to E-Cycling.”

The program will continue to accept televisions, computers (including tablets), printers and monitors, along with each device’s power cords, for recycling.

The Maui County E-Cycling program, managed by Habitat for Humanity, is open 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at Lower Main St., Wailuku. For questions, call the E-Cycling information line at ()

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E-Cycling does not accept appliances such as washers, air conditioners or microwaves. Residents may take these items for no drop-off charge to Hammerhead Metals in Central Maui Base Yard. For information, call ()

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For general recycling questions, call the Recycle Maui County Hotline at ()  From Lānaʻi, call () , Ext. ; from Molokaʻi, call () , Ext.

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If you still own DVDs and VCRs and want to get rid of them, recycling is no longer an option on Maui. Maui County’s free electronic recycling program has set new restrictions on what it will accept due to the changes in the recycling commodities market. As of May 1, E-Cycling no longer accepts DVDs and VCRs; phones; audio-visual equipment including AV screens, cameras and projectors; transmission devices; audio equipment including receivers; CD and record players, amplifiers or speakers. These items will have to be land-filled.

The program will continue to accept for recycling televisions, computers (including tablets), printers and monitors, along with each device’s power cords.

More than 80 percent of the world’s recycled plastic was purchased by China. In an effort to clean its environment, China has restricted recyclable commodities and set strict contamination limits. The E-Cycling program cites this shift in the worldwide recycling commodities market for local restrictions.
“Markets shift and we have to shift, too,” said Marty Mahon, E-Cycling’s program administrator. “We cannot collect a commodity that does not have an end use.” Mahon encourages the community to cooperate and take only acceptable items to E-Cycling.

E-Cycling does not accept appliances such as washers, air conditioners or microwaves. Residents may take these items for no drop-off charge to Hammerhead Metals in Central Maui Base Yard. For information, call

For general recycling questions, call the Recycle Maui County Hotline at From Lanai, call , Ext. ; from Molokai, call , Ext.

The Maui County E-Cycling program, managed by Habitat for Humanity, is open pm. Tuesdays and 8am to 1pm. Saturdays at L. Main St., Wailuku. For questions, call the E-Cycling information line at

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Club to pick up TVs, computers for e-cycling

The Rotary Club of Upcountry Maui will hold a TV and computer e-cycling pickup from 8 a.m. to noon Oct.

Club members will pick up unwanted electronic equipment for a small donation, giving Upcountry residents the opportunity to support the organization&#;s many other community projects.

In cooperation with the Maui County Electronics Recycling Program, the equipment will be delivered to Habitat for Humanity&#;s Re-Store Warehouse in Wailuku for refurbishment or recycling. If a computer is refurbished, the hard drive is wiped clean.

The program accepts televisions, computers, tablets, printers and monitors, along with each device&#;s power cords.

The club requests a donation of $5 each for small boxes of accessories and small items such as laptops and small TVs up to 19 inches.

The club asks $10 for medium-sized boxes of accessories and medium-sized items such as monitors, computers and TVs up to 25 inches.

A donation of $15 to $20 per item is requested for larger equipment, such as TVs 26 inches or larger. The County of Maui&#;s Electronic Recycling Program no longer accepts DVDs and VCRs; phones; audio-visual equipment, including AV screens, cameras and projectors; transmission devices; audio equipment including receivers; CD and record players, amplifiers or speakers.

E-cycling does not accept appliances such as washers, air conditioners or microwaves.

For general recycling questions about items eligible for recycling and e-cycling, call the Recycle Maui County Hotline at ()

This event includes the Upcountry area only&#;Paia, Haiku, Makawao, Pukalani and Kula.

To arrange for pickup, call

The Rotary Club of Upcountry Maui has conducted these pickups since

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