The County of Maui Environmental Protection and Sustainability Division offers free recycling of certain electronic wastes for Maui County residents.
Electronic waste, or “E-Waste” that is collected on Maui is comprised of broken or unwanted TVs, computers, monitors and printers. E-Cycling Maui LLC collects E-Waste items, which are either reused locally, or sorted and then shipped to a processor in Oregon that has been accredited and certified to meet strong standards to safely recycle and manage electronic equipment. The County Electronics Recycling Program is sponsored by the County of Maui and the Hawaii State Department of Health.
For more information about items collected, pick-ups for a fee, hours of operation, or commercial drop-offs, call the E-Cycling Hotline at (808) 280‐6460 or email: [email protected].
Where to Recycle your Electronic Waste:
Please bring your items to the E-Cycling Maui ReThink Recycling Center located at 301 Hansen Rd, in Pu‘unēnē, Maui. NOTE: The entrance to the facility is on Pulehu Road in between Hansen Road and Ho’okele Street.
When to Recycle your E-Waste:
E-Waste is collected at the E-Cycling ReThink Center on:
Tuesdays from 1:00PM to 5:00 PM
Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Please bring E-waste items ONLY during hours of operation!
What type of E-Waste Can be Recycle on Maui?
Only TVs, computers, printers, and monitors. See FAQs for info about other items.
Why Recycling E-Waste?
E-waste recycling recovers useful and precious materials that can be turned into future electronics
Properly recycling E-Waste helps prevent toxic pollution from entering the environment
E-waste items can create a fire hazard when disposed of in a landfill
Televisions and computer monitors in Maui ready to ship for recycling.
E-Cycling Maui does not accept microwave ovens or large appliances such as washers, air conditioners, stoves. Residents may take these items for no drop-off charge to Hammerhead Metals in Central Maui Base Yard.