The Glass Advance Disposal Fee (ADF) Program regulates businesses in Hawaii that manufacture or import non-deposit beverage glass containers from outside Hawaii
for sale or use within the State of Hawaii. The 1.5¢ advance disposal fee is used to pay for the operation of county glass container collection programs.
FAQ – Glass Containers Included In ADF Program - Answers to frequently asked questions about what types of glass containers are included in the ADF program.
- ADF Importer Registration Form
- ADF Annual Report Form (8/2011)
- ADF Annual Form Writable (8/2011) - For glass container importers who import 5,000 or more non-deposit beverage glass containers, but less than or equal to 100,000 non-deposit beverage glass containers.
- ADF Quarterly Report Form (8/2011)
- ADF Quarterly Form Writable (8/2011) - For glass container importers who import more than 100,000 non-deposit beverage glass containers.
- ADF Product List Writable (7/2012) - To update the records of the department on the brands and sizes of glass ADF containers manufactured, imported or distributed.
- ADF Exempt Declaration - A declaration form for glass container importers who import less than 5,000 non-deposit beverage glass containers. For those who exceed the 5,000 glass container threshold,
their filing status will change and they will be responsible for payment of the glass ADF.
Rules, Regulations, and Additional Links
Hawaii Revised Statues Chapter 342G, Part VII - The administrative rules for the Glass Advance Disposal Fee Program.