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Maui Household Hazardous Waste Collection Set for June 28

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June 15 is the deadline to make an appointment to participate in the Department of Environmental Management’s annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection event set to take place on June 28.

The service is offered by appointment only. To make an appointment, call Cameron Chemical Corp. at (808) 695-2999 before June 15 to schedule a drop off time. Callers should prepare in advance a list of household hazardous waste items they will be dropping off. Unscheduled drop-offs will not be accepted.

A crew from Cameron Chemical will fly to Maui for this event. Residents are encouraged to schedule an appointment early to allow staff to have on hand enough equipment and supplies to safely process all of the hazardous waste dropped off during the event.

Accepted items include: aerosols, antifreeze, car batteries, household batteries, fire extinguishers, fluorescent bulbs and tubes, oil-based paint, old medications, pesticides, solvents and thermometers. If you have an item that is not listed, ask about it while making an appointment.

This service is for residents only.


Businesses seeking to responsibly dispose of hazardous waste should contact a hazardous waste processor:

  • EnviroServices, (808) 839-7222
  • Oasis Environmental Group, (808) 529-1300
  • Cameron Chemical Corp., (808) 695-2999
  • PSC, (713) 623-8777

This event is sponsored by the County of Maui, Department of Environmental Management, Environmental Protection and Sustainability Division. For more information, call the Recycling Hotline at (808) 270-7880.

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