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Temporary Waiver on Landfill Tipping Fees Extended for Ha‘ikū Applicants

March 23, 2021, 7:34 AM HST
* Updated March 23, 7:35 AM
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Central Maui Landfill. PC: County of Maui / Facebook

The temporary waiver for non-billed landfill drop off of accumulated mixed debris from the recent flooding in Haʻikū has been extended to Friday, April 2, 2021.

“We extended the fee waiver to give our residents more time to clean up after recent flooding,” said Mayor Michael Victorino. “Waiving fees at the Central Maui Landfill helps those affected by recent floods save some money and it discourages illegal dumping throughout the island.”

Landfill waivers now will be allowed at the Central Maui Landfill until Saturday, April 2. Please note the landfill will close at noon on Prince Kūhiō Day, Friday, March 26, and on Good Friday, April 2.

Those seeking a landfill tipping fee waiver must fill out Page 1 of County’s waiver request form. This is for affected Haʻikū residents only or a contracted hauler.

Waiver forms can be obtained on the department’s Solid Waste Division website. While on the page, search in the upper right hand corner for “Maui County Landfill Tipping Waiver.”

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The request form must contain the physical Haʻikū address of the residence of where the debris is coming from. If a commercial hauler is used for several residences, all individual residents’ names and addresses must be attached for verification.

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When arriving at the landfill, drive directly to scale with filled out form. Do not drive through the residential drop off lane.

All existing landfill prohibited items remain in effect: no batteries, tires, fuel tanks, white goods and hazardous materials, among other items. Refer to the Solid Waste Website for details.

If a resident is hauling non-contaminated green waste only, a waiver is not required. Follow signs to EKO as normal.

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All construction and demolition hauled materials must follow normal C&D procedures.

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