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1 Paid for by the taxpayers of the City and County of Honolulu. recycling and refuse services online at www.opala.org or call 768-3200. Watch new episodes of “Opalavision” on The GREEN CHANNEL at Oceanic 332 and on the web at opala.org. Subscribe to You can find information about your Bulky Item Collection schedule and other City Aloha, Bulky Item Collection Service The City provides bulky item collection to all WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: residential properties on a no-call, regular monthly schedule. The benefits of regular bulky item pickup What is collected? are huge for our communities. Oahu’s streets and Furniture, mattresses, bed frames and box springs, Kapolei, Hawaii 96707 City & County of Honolulu 1000 Uluohia Street , Suite 201 Refuse Division Department of Environmental Services sidewalks can be clutter-free and safe, and we rolled up and fastened carpeting, appliances (remove believe this will significantly reduce illegal dumping. or secure doors), minor home repairs/remodeling material not to exceed one cubic yard. But only if you do your part as well -- everyone must responsibly adhere to the schedule and place What is not collected? items at the curb only on designated days. This will Construction materials, demolition debris, dirt, rock, also ensure our collection crews stay on schedule. concrete, large automobile parts, tires, auto batteries, propane tanks, hazardous waste, green waste, and any There’s no excuse to dump on Hawaii. Collection refuse suitable for regular once-a-week collection. WasteL i ne services are readily available. Our refuse and recycables are collected curbside weekly, bulky What if I miss the collection day? items monthly and drop-off centers are available Your bulky items must be stored on your property until the next month’s scheduled collection. Apartment around the island. Please take the time to know , buildings and complexes are required to provide a a bi-monthly e-newsletter. the schedules and dispose of items properly. holding area on the property. Please ask your resident manager for location of your holding area. Otherwise, It is illegal to place items at the curb on any days you would need to hold it in your unit or make other other than the specified collection day. Property arrangements for removal. owners may be subject to fines up to $250 per offense. Your cooperation will avoid penalties Where should we place our bulky items? and help keep the neighborhood safe and clean. Bulky item trucks do not enter private property. Residents are required to put bulky items out on the curbside fronting their own property (not obstructing the sidewalk) If you witness someone illegally dumping items and on the proper scheduled day for that area. For multi- on your property, call 911 immediately and file unit buildings, please ask your property manager about a police report. This is our home, our island, our the designated placement area for your building. responsibility to care for its health and beauty. BULKY ITEM COLLECTION What if I can’t wait for my scheduled Mahalo, collection day or have items unacceptable for pickup? Department of Environmental Services You may drop off bulky items at City Convenience City & County of Honolulu Do you know your bulky item collection day? Centers: Waianae, Ewa, Waipahu, Wahiawa, Kawailoa (Haleiwa), Laie, and Waimanalo — open daily, 7am-6pm. Kapaa (Kailua) open 10am-6pm Mon-Fri, 7am-6pm weekends. Convenience Centers also accept tires, auto batteries and propane tanks. More details, including location addresses, are online at or call 768-3200. Householders can www.opala.org bring construction/demolition materials directly to the Waimanalo Gulch landfill (Leeward), open seven days, 7am to 4pm. For hazardous waste, call the Household Hazardous Waste Line at 768-3201. Or you can make arrangements for private hauling services. printed on recycled paper

2 BULKY ITEM COLLECTION No Call - Regular Monthly Collection Collection is conducted over a 3 to 4 • day period in each sector. Place items at curb by 6:00 am on the • first day, and no earlier than the evening before the first scheduled day. Pick-up access should not be blocked • by objects or vehicles. or • Do not block sidewalks, driveways roadways. Separate trucks are used to collect • recyclable metals vs landfill-bound items and may drive through your neighborhood at different times. If your items are still in good, useable • non-profit condition, please contact organizations first. See the map and sector descriptions below for your region’s schedule. Honolulu: Salt Lake to Hawaii Kai Sector 28: Kailua (Maunawili, Old Kalanianaole Sector 12: Ewa Gentry (west of Ft. Weaver Rd. and Sector 1: Foster Village, Aliamanu, Salt Lake, 4th Wednesday Road), Waimanalo north of Iroquois Point Rd.), Ocean Pointe, Ewa, West and Moanalua Valley. From Halawa Stream to the Loch and Honouliuli. 1st Wednesday intersection of Middle Street and H-1 Freeway; includes areas of Kalihi and Palama that are makai of North King Leeward Coast: Ewa Beach, Iroquois Point and Ewa Sector 13: Street, between Middle Street and Liliha Street. Makaha to Honokai Hale Gentry (east of Ft. Weaver Rd. and south of Iroquois 1st Monday Point Rd.) 2nd Monday Sector 31: Makaha, Waianae (west of Waianae Alewa Heights, Puunui, Kalihi, Kalihi Valley Sector 2: 1st Monday Valley Rd.) Village Park, Royal Kunia, Waikele and Sector 14: and Kamehameha Heights. Includes areas that are Waipio Gentry. 2nd Wednesday mauka of North King Street, between Middle Street Waianae (west of Mailiilii Rd. and east of Sector 32: and Liliha Street; ewa of Waolani Avenue and makai of Waianae Valley Rd.) 2nd Monday 3rd Monday Waipahu. Sector 15: Wyllie Street. 1st Wednesday Sector 33: Maili (west of Hakimo Rd. and east of Pearl City (including Hoomalu St.), Pacific Sector 16: Sector 3: Dowsett Highlands, Nuuanu Valley, Pacific 3rd Monday Mailiilii Rd.) Palisades, Pearl Highlands and Lehua Peninsula. Heights, Pauoa, Punchbowl, and Papakolea. From 3rd Wednesday Liliha Street to Pensacola Street; Koko Head of Waolani 4th Monday Nanakuli, Honokai Hale. Sector 34: 2nd Monday Avenue and mauka of Wyllie Street. Pearl City (east of Hoomalu St.) Sector 17: Pearlridge, Waimalu, Waiau, Wailuna, Royal Summit Tantalus, Makiki, and Manoa. From Sector 4: and Newtown. 4th Monday Central Oahu: Wahiawa to Waipio Pensacola Street to Punahou Street; ewa of Kalakaua Avenue and mauka of Philip Street; mauka of H-1 Sector 18: Aiea, Halawa and Makalapa. Sector 41: Wahiawa, Whitmore, Kunia. Freeway and ewa of East-West Road. 4th Wednesday 1st Monday 2nd Wednesday Sector 42: Mililani Mauka and Launani Valley Homes. McCully, Kapahulu, Kaimuki, and the ewa Sector 5: Windward Oahu: 2nd Monday side of Diamond Head to the lighthouse. From Punahou Street to Makapuu Avenue, Crater Road, and Koko Kaneohe to Waimanalo Sector 43: Mililani (north of Kamehameha Hwy and Head Avenue; makai of Bingham Street and Waialae south of H-2 Freeway) and Waikalani Valley. 3rd Monday Avenue. Sector 21: Ahuimanu, Kaneohe (mauka of Kahekili 3rd Monday 1st Monday Hwy. and north of Likelike Hwy.) St. Louis Heights, Palolo Valley, Maunalani Sector 6: Mililani (south of Kamehameha Hwy.) Sector 44: Heights, and Wilhelmina Rise. From East-West Road to Kaneohe (makai of Kahekili Hwy., and Sector 22: 4th Monday Hunakai Street, mauka of Waialae Avenue; includes the south of Heeia Kea Pier) including Kapunahala and area of Kaimuki bounded by Waialae Avenue, a portion 1st Wednesday north of Kaneohe Stream. of 21st Avenue, 22nd Avenue, Diamond Head Road, Makapuu Avenue, Ocean View Drive, and Koko Head Kaneohe, (Puohala, Keapuka, Halekou, Sector 23: North Shore: Waialua to Kahaluu Avenue. 3rd Wednesday north of Mokulele Drive, Kamehameha Hwy. to Castle Junction). 2nd Monday Waialua, Haleiwa, Sunset Beach (south of Sector 52: Kahala, Waialae Nui, Kalani Valley, Sector 7: 2nd Wednesday Comsat Road.) Waialae Iki, Aina Haina, Hawaii Loa Ridge, Wailupe Sector 24: Kaneohe (east of Mokulele Drive, along Peninsula, and the Koko Head side of Diamond Head Kaneohe Bay Drive including Aikahi), Kailua (Kalaheo, Sector 62: Sunset Beach (north of Comsat Road), to the lighthouse. From 22nd Avenue and Hunakai north of Kawainui Canal.) 2nd Wednesday Kahuku, Laie, Hauula, Punaluu, Kahana Valley, Kualoa 4th Monday Street to Hawaii Loa Street. and Kaaawa (to and excluding Johnson Rd.) Kailua (south of Kawainui Canal, north of Sector 25: 2nd Monday Sector 8: Niu Valley, Kuliouou, Hahaione Valley, Kailua and Kuulei Roads.) 3rd Monday Hawaii Kai, Mariner's Ridge, Portlock, Kalama Valley, Sector 64: Waikane (to and including Johnson Rd.), and Queen's Gate. From Hawaii Loa Street to Kalama Kailua (Lanikai, south of Kailua and Sector 26: Waiahole, Kahaluu, (makai of Kahekili Hwy., north of Valley. 4th Wednesday Kuulei Roads, north of Keolu Drive including Iana 4th Monday Heeia Kea Pier.) Street, including Kaopa in Enchanted Lake.) 3rd Wednesday West Oahu: Halawa to Makakilo Kailua (Olomana, Pohakupu, Enchanted Sector 27: Lake, Keolu Hills, Kailua Heights and Bluffs.) Sector 11: Makakilo, Kapolei and Barber’s Point 4th Monday Housing. 1st Monday www.opala.org 768-3200

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