Old telephone directories can be recycled starting Friday
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Old telephone directories can be recycled starting Friday


As new telephone directories are being delivered on Oahu, outdated ones can be recycled beginning Friday at local malls as part of the annual Think Yellow Go Green recycling campaign by Hawaiian Telcom and Yellow Pages publisher The Berry Company.

More than 170,000 directories were recycled last year as part of Think Yellow Go Green.

Residents can drop off their books between 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on weekends, Friday through Sunday, in January at the following locations:

>> Kahala Mall, container located in the Macy’s Men’s Store parking lot.

>> Windward Mall, container in the parking lot fronting Haiku Street.

>> Town Center of Mililani, container behind Consolidated Theaters next to Tesoro Gas Express, near Reynolds Recycling.

>> Ward Centers, container on the Mauka side of the Pier 1 Imports parking lot (corner of Queen St and Kamakee). 

At the end of the campaign, West Oahu Aggregate will take the collected directories to HPOWER for recycling into fuel.

To arrange for bulk pick up, call (808) 833-2018.

To find more information about the recycling program, visit ThinkYellowGoGreen.com. 

To stop delivery of any print directory, or reduce the number of directories you receive, go to www.yellowpagesoptout.com.

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