Recycling On Kauai
According to the County of Kauai, the recycling rate of Kauai is 44 percent, which is above the national average of 34 percent; we hope to maintain that strong effort. Recycling is one of the more common questions we receive from guests, which is great because the more people that "go green" the easier it is to keep Kauai clean for everyone. There are several main recycling locations spread throughout the island, from the west side to the north side. They are listed below:
¬ Kilauea – Kauai Community Recycling Services, 5-2723 Kuhio Hwy (Behind Kilauea Mini Golf), Tuesday & Friday, 8am – 4pm, Phone: 645-1676
¬ Kapaa Ball Park, 4900 Kahau Rd
¬ Lihue Kmart Parking Lot, 4303 Nawiliwili Road
¬ Kapahi Reynolds Recycling, 5675B Kawaihau Rd., Behind Menehune Food Mart, Phone: 754-8985 Mon- Sat 9am – 5pm; closed for lunch noon – 1:30
¬ Garden Isle Disposal, 2666 Niumalu Road, Open everyday except Wednesday Sunday and Holidays, 7:30 -4:15, Closed for Lunch from 11:00-11:45
¬ Lihue Kauai Resource Center, 3460 Ahukini Road, (fronting Lihue Transfer Station), Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat 9:15 – 5:15pm, Phone: 245-2372
¬ Nawiliwili Harbor Reynolds Recycling, Corner of Wilcox & Kanoa St, Mon- Sat 9am – 5pm, closed for lunch, noon – 1:30, Phone: 245-7233
¬ Lawai Post Office parking lot, 02-3687 Kaumualii Hwy, Tues & Wed & Sat 8am – noon
¬ Kekaha Kauai Community Recycling Services, On Kekaha Rd., across old Sugar Mill, Wed. & Sat. 8am – 4pm, Phone: 645-1676
If you are staying in Poipu during your visit, there are two other locations that guests can go to for recycling. For guests staying on property that are under the Poipu Kai Association, there is a recycling location just next to the Poipu Kai and Aston office. It is immediately to your left if driving onto Pe'e Road from Poipu Road. This applies to any of our guests staying at the following: Kahala, Manualoha, Regency, Poipu Sands, Daydream Believer, and/or Hale Huna.
If you are not staying in the Poipu Kai area, another recycling location is in the parking lot behind the Brennecke's Restaurant. The restaurant is right across Poipu Beach.
“Malama ‘Aina.” Translation: “to take care of the land.” To be able to visit here, let alone live here, and experience all that is Kauai is a blessing. The least we can do is clean up after ourselves so other too can enjoy the beauty of Kauai just we did.