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Where can I dispose of items ineligible for removal under the Consolidated Debris Removal Program?
Where can I dispose of items ineligible for removal under the Consolidated Debris Removal Program?
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Ineligible fire-related debris must be disposed of at a Subtitle D disposal facility that contains a liner, such as the Central Maui Landfill. The standard Central Maui Landfill refuse acceptance criteria will apply.

Regular Refuse at the Central Maui Landfill- Large Volume

Residents self-hauling large amounts of fire-related debris should contact the Solid Waste Division for procedures before visiting the Central Maui Landfill. If a resident has a commercial entity to help them haul refuse to the Central Maui Landfill, the standard tip fee for commercial trucks will be applied.

Regular Refuse at the Central Maui Landfill- Small Volume

Residents self-hauling small amounts of fire-related debris must wet the material and place it in double-bagged trash bags. Non-ash debris does not require double-bagging. If a resident has a commercial entity to help them haul refuse to the Central Maui Landfill, the standard tip fee for commercial trucks will be applied.

Organic Wood Debris

Residents can dispose of fire-impacted organic wood products (trees, brush, etc.) at the Central Maui Landfill’s green waste receiving area. Before visiting, please ensure all wood products are free of ash debris.

Non-fire-impacted organic wood products may be taken to the Olowalu Convenience Center site or the Central Maui Landfill.

Other Material

Please refer to Recycling and Disposal Resource Guide below.

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