3R’s School Recycling Program: Aloha ʻĀina Recycling Drives
April 04, 2016
Aloha ʻĀina Recycling Drives are a unique opportunity to recycle a variety of materials such as scrap metal, computers/electronics, printer cartridges, laptops, game systems, batteries, TVs, clothing, household items, HI-5 containers, used household cooking oil, corrugated cardboard and more. These drives happen about twice a month on Saturday mornings at Oʻahu schools, and proceeds from select recycled materials go to support the host schools. Mark your calendars for these upcoming Aloha ʻĀina Recycling Drives. Please support any of the following dates and locations near you:
At our last recycling drive on March 12 at Kahaluʻu Elementary School, 17 volunteers and our recycling partners helped to collect 4200 lbs. of scrap metal, 1820 lbs of e-waste, 426 lbs. of batteries, 10 gallons of used cooking oil, and 337.5 lbs. of HI-5 cans and bottles. A big mahalo to the staff, students and families of Kahaluʻu Elementary School!
For more information on Aloha ʻĀina Recycling Drives, email