January 9, 2003
This is a reminder that Oahu Christmas Treecycling will take place
on Saturday, January 11, 2003 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the
- Kailua Intermediate School
- Kaiser High School
- Kaneohe District Park
- Kapalama Elementary School
- Kapiolani Community College (at the corner of 18th and
- Kapolei Elementary School
- Mililani Makaunulau (16 Acre) Park
- Polynesian Cultural Center
- UH Manoa (Richardson Law School parking lot)
- Waianae Comprehensive Health Center
- Waimea Falls Park
- Waiau District Park
*Please note that Kaneohe District Park was inadvertantly left out
of some previously released material
Only clean trees will be accepted for recycling. Trees that are
flocked or contain foreign objects such as tinsel, nails, and ornament
clips will not be accepted for recycling. Also, no wreaths will be
accepted because they contain wiring that will harm the chippers.
Note: Treecycling arrangements are in place for the one collection
day only. Please do not drop trees off at the collection sites either
before or after January 11. For other options see below.
Other Oahu options:
- The City & County of Honolulu offers curbside greenwaste
collection services. The twice-a-month, year-round service is provided
in all areas that receive automated refuse collection service.
- All City & County of Honolulu Refuse Convenience Centers accept
greenwaste year round, and are open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. For
more information on curbside pick-up or for the location of the nearest
Refuse Convenience Center, call the City's Recycling Office at
- Hawaiian Earth Products, a composting company, accepts greenwaste
from residents year round. They have facilities in Campbell Industrial
Park and in the Kapaa Quarry area on the windward side. Call Hawaiian
Earth Products at 682-5895 for more information.
For recorded Oahu TreeCycling information, please call 521-2447.
For Hawaii Treecycling information, please call 961-2676.
For Maui Treecycling information, please call 270-7874 or
For Lanai & Molokai Treecyling information, please call
For Kauai Treecycling information, please call 241-6891.
Finally, the Treecycling program thanks the following for their
tremendous support: The State Department of Transportation's Highways
Division, The City and County of Honolulu, Hawaiian Electric Company,
The Alexander and Baldwin Foundation, The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints, Weyerhauser, Castle Medical Center, Gentry Homes,
Inc., and the Estate of James Campbell.
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