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Aloha Recycling
75 Amala Place
Kahului, HI 96732
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Phone: (808) 871-8544
Fax: (808) 873-6364

Link: Aloha Recycling web site
Recycling Services:
Cardboard, paper bags,
newspapers, magazines, office paper,
plastics bottles and containers #1 and #2,
glass bottles and jars,
aluminum and metal cans.
HI-5 Redemption Center for deposit beverage containers.
Household batteries, CD/DVDs.
Disposal Services: n/a
Aloha Shares

Link: Website
The ASN mission is to keep good, usable material out of Maui’s landfill and get this material into the hands of our nonprofits, churches, and schools, and the community at large. We accomplish this by developing relationships with community nonprofit organizations, churches, or schools registered in the State of Hawaii. Donations of material are accepted from anyone in our community, including businesses, organizations, individuals, and government agencies.
Community Work Day
P.O. Box 757
Puunene, HI 96784
Phone: 808 877-2524
Link: Website
We will facilitate programs that educate, inspire, and empower individuals and communities to beautify and maintain Maui Nui’s environment which supports our economy, quality of life and unique Hawaiian culture.
Coordinating Group for Alien Pest Species (CGAPS)
Christy Martin
P.O. Box 61441
Honolulu, HI 96839
Phone: (808) 956-7564
Fax: Fax: (808) 956-4710

Link: Website
Formed in 1995, the CGAPS partnership is comprised primarily of management-level staff from every major agency and organization involved in invasive species work, including federal, state, county and private entities. Members participate in quarterly meetings and ad hoc steering committee meetings in an effort to influence policy and funding decisions, improve communications, increase collaborations, and to promote public awareness.
Coral Reef Alliance

Link: Website
Founded in 1994, the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) is the only international organization working exclusively to unite communities to protect our planet’s coral reefs. We focus on three fundamental catalysts for change: 1)marine protected areas (MPAs) 2)marine recreation tourism 3)local communities
County of Maui Department of Environmental Management
2200 Main St.
One Main Plaza Bldg Suite 100
Wailuku, HI 96793
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Phone: (808) 270-8230
Fax: (808) 270-8234

Link: Website
To protect the public's health, safety, property, and environment by developing and operating the County's infrastructure.
D.I.R.E. Coalition

Link: Website
The DIRE Coalition is a group of Maui organizations, residents and visitors committed to protecting our precious coral reefs and ocean and to wise use of scarce water resources. DIRE stands for Don’t Inject, Redirect. The DIRE Coalition advocates reclaiming and using our treated wastewater for irrigation, stream restoration, green belts and fire prevention, rather than injecting it into wells were it migrates to the ocean, promotes algae growth, and suffocates our reefs.
Department of Health (DOH)
54 South High Street Rm
State Office Building Rm. #301
Wailuku, HI 96793
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Phone: (808) 984-8200
Link: Website
The mission of the Department of Health is to protect and improve the health and environment for all people in Hawai‘i .
Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR)
1151 Punchbowl St.
Kalanimoku Building
Honolulu, HI 96813
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Phone: (808) 587-0400

Link: Website
Enhance, protect, conserve and manage Hawaii’s unique and limited natural, cultural and historic resources held in public trust for current and future generations of visitors and the people of Hawaii nei in partnership with others from the public and private sectors.
DLNR - Division of Boating and Ocean
101 Maalaea Boat Harbor Road
Wailuku, HI 96793
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Phone: (808) 243-5824
Fax: (808) 243-5829
Link: Website
The waters of Hawaii provide some of the most exciting and beautiful ocean recreation opportunities in the world. Hawaii, as an ocean state, has an ancient heritage of using the sea for transportation, for sustenance and for recreation. Today, this cultural heritage endures and supports an $800 million ocean recreation industry. Hawaii's harbors and ramps are gateways not only to the Pacific Ocean but to the future as well. The Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation administers programs, manages facilities and issues permits to facilitate access to this resource and to make the nearshore waters safe for everyone.
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