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Maui Residential Refuse Accounts Not Paid by August 6 to be Closed

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   July 20th, 2010 · No Disqus Comments · Featured, Maui News

An estimated 4,000 residential refuse customers on Maui are delinquent in paying their trash bills. Customers that have not paid their bills in full by the 4 p.m. deadline on August 6th will have their accounts closed, and will be assessed a $30 service fee to reopen their account.  The last six month cycle for service cost $108 and ended in December.

The announcement was made by the County of Maui’s Department of Environmental Management, Solid Waste Division.

Refuse bills of $108 for the period of service from July to December, 2010 were due by June 30, 2010. The Solid Waste Division mailed out delinquent notices this month indicating a deadline of August 6th to avoid any interruption of service.  As of July 14, there were approximately 4,000 delinquent residential refuse accounts.

Payments may be dropped off at the Refuse & Landfill Accounts office located at One Main Plaza in Wailuku, 2200 Main Street, Suite 175. For more information, call the Solid Waste Billing Section at 270-1731.

File Image Courtesy County of Maui.

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