Go Green Hawaii | Glossy Print Recycling
Hagadone Printing believes that companies can be profitable and environmentally responsible–even in the printing industry. In 1994, long before sustainability became popular, Hagadone’s former President, Erwin Hudelist, received the “Investing in the Environment” award from the State of Hawaii.
This year Hagadone added an industrial shredder/baler system that can recycle 140 tons of waste paper per month, including community generated paper wast. Additionally the PaperBack Program allows customers to return the extras of print jobs for recycling. Regular customers can schedule pick ups, there are convenient drop off area for your extras.
How To Recycle Your Gloss Paper Goods In Hawaii
We accept glossy magazines, catalogs, brochures, mailers, and phone books.
IMPORTANT – Please Remove:
• Magnets on Phones Books • Hardback Covers • Rubberbands • Metal & Spiral Bindings
• Carbon paper • Photographs • Blueprints • Shrink Wrap • Adhesives (labels, post-its, stamps, tape).
Staples are OK, but all other metals must be removed to avoid shredder jamming.
|Monday||8am to 5pm|
|Tuesday||8am to 5pm|
|Wednesday||8am to 5pm|
|Thursday||8am to 5pm|
|Friday||8am to 5pm|
|Second Saturday of each Month||8am to Noon|
Or drop-off at any Lex Brodie’s (during regular business hours):
|Honolulu||701 Queen St., Honolulu 96813|
|Pearlridge||98-115 Kamehameha Hwy, Aiea 96701|
|Waipahu||94-169 Farrington Hwy. Waipahu 96797|
|Kalihi||333 Kalihi St., Honolulu 96819|
|Kaneohe||46-158 Malina Pl., Kaneohe 96744|
North Shore Oahu Residents Recycling Drop-Off Site
Hale’iwa Farmer’s Market
First Sunday of each month