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Posted on: June 3, 2022

E-Cycling Maui is moving to Puunene

E-Cycling Maui is moving to the new ReThink Recycling Center in Puunene at 301 Hansen Road, the Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Environmental Protection and Sustainability announced. The recycling center’s entrance is on Pulehu Road near its intersection with Hansen Road.

E-Cycling Maui signs are posted at the entrance to the new location. Customers may deliver computers, laptops, printers, monitors, and televisions to the new location starting Saturday, June 4, 2022. Items will continue to be received at the old location at 901 Lower Main St. in Wailuku until its final closure on July 30.

Collection hours at both locations are 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. Please bring items for E-Cycling during hours of operation only.

For more information about items collected, pick-ups for a fee, hours of operation or commercial drop-offs, call the E-Cycling Hotline at (808) 2806460 or email: ecyclingmaui@icloud.com.

The County Electronics Recycling Program is sponsored by the County of Maui and the Hawaii State Department of Health.

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