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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 2, 2005
CITY EXTENDS ‘NO-CALL’ BULKY ITEM PICKUP
Mayor Mufi Hannemann announced today the City is expanding regularly scheduled bulky item refuse pickup to Koolauloa – Kahuku to Kahaluu -- this month, the
For years, only the urban core of
“I have felt the frustration of calling for an old water heater to be picked up, then having it sit on the curb in front of my house for many weeks before it was finally taken,” said the mayor, who lives in Aiea. “Town residents are able to place large items at curbside for monthly pickup. It was a matter of equity.
“Regular pickup should help to discourage illegal dumping, especially in rural areas of
In March, the City extended regularly scheduled pickup service to the
Regular pickup up will be extended to include the area from Kahuku to Kahaluu, beginning Monday, August 8. Residents from Kahuku to Hauula should place their bulky discards on the curb from 6 a.m. the second Monday of the month. Residents from Waiahole to Heeia should place their bulky items on the curb the fourth Monday of the month. The items will be picked up within a few days by crews from the City Department of Environmental Services.
The department has also set a new monthly schedule for bulky item service on the
· Makaha and Waianae west of
· Waianae, between
· Ma‘ili between west of
· Nanakuli and Honokai Hale, fourth Monday.
In September, the Department of Environmental Services will begin regular bulky item service on the
“No-call” bulky item pickup service is expected to begin in the remaining portions of
For more information about trash and recycling on
Eric Takamura, Department of Environmental Services Director, 692-5159
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