Contact the organization prior to dropping off your reusable items.
Organizations Accepting Household Items:
- United Cerebral Palsy Of Hawaii
- Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii
- Helping Hands Hawaii
- National Kidney Foundation Of Hawaii
- Restore-Honolulu Oahu
- Restore-Leeward Oahu
- Re-use Hawai’i
- Salvation Army
Other Organizations and Materials:
- Cater Kids Resale Store
- Hawaiian Humane Society
- Friends of the Library of Hawai’i
- Kalihi Valley Instructional Bicycle Exchange (KVIBE)
For more information visit the Department of Environmental Services Reduce and Reuse page.
The Hawaii Electronic Waste and Television Recycling and Recovery Law requires manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) and televisions (TVs) to operate recycling programs. Covered electronics include computers, printers, monitors, and televisions.
- Consumer Information Sheet [PDF] - Information on Hawaii's electronics recycling law.
- Manufacturer Recycling Plans - A list of manufacturer recycling programs for CEDs and TVs.
- E-waste Recycling on Oahu [PDF] - E-waste Recycling Drop-off Locations on Oahu
For more information visit the Department of Health E-Waste page.
- Dealer. If purchasing a new one, State law requires dealer to accept and recycle used.
- Battery Bill will accept all types of batteries including auto batteries for recycling.
- Drop-Off Convenience Centers
- Interstate Batteries
- Batteries + Bulbs
- Aloha Aina events (hosted by Kokua Hawaii Foundation)
- Going Green events
Rechargeable (non-lead acid) stand-alone batteries (from cell phones, laptop computers, and power tools etc.)
Devices With Battery Inside
Entire devices with the battery still inside (laptops, cell phones, etc.)
Alkaline (non-rechargeable AA, AAA, D, 9V) Batteries
Regular alkaline (non-rechargeable) batteries can be safely disposed of with your regular refuse collection.
For more information visit the Department of Environmental Services E-Waste page.
Household Hazardous Waste
Some of the products you use at home are potentially hazardous. Safe handling and proper disposal of these materials will protect you, your family and our environment.
For more information visit the Department of Environmental Services Household Hazardous Waste page.