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Mālama Maui Nui’s by-appointment Go Green Recycling event, Feb. 19 in Lahaina

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The County of Maui Department of Environmental Management announced that Mālama Maui Nui will host the next Go Green Recycling event on Saturday, Feb. 19, in Lahaina.

The appointment-required event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022, in the parking lot mauka/behind the Lahaina District Court at 1870 Honoapiʻilani Highway.

Go Green Recycling is a monthly bulky-item recycling event for West Maui residents, hosted by Mālama Maui Nui in partnership with the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset, AAAAA Rent-A-Space, and the County of Maui – Division of Environmental Protection & Sustainability.

To request an appointment, fill out an Appointment Request Form at www.MalamaMauiNui.org/GoGreen. Confirmed appointments will ensure upholding of COVID-19 best practices.

Go Green Recycling allows West Maui residents (non-commercial) to responsibly dispose of the following bulky-items at no charge: air conditioners, batteries (lead acid only), washers and dryers, dishwashers, microwaves, refrigerators, stoves, tires (suggested $10 donation per tire), water heaters, scrap metal, and electronics (TVs, printers, computers, monitors and associated cords).

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Mālama Maui Nui is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that empowers residents to work together to keep Maui Nui clean, safe and healthy. Go Green Recycling is made possible by community volunteers, local businesses, and partners.

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Donations ensure Mālama Maui’s Nui’s community programs can continue.

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