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City to resume regular bulky trash pickups tomorrow

By Star-Advertiser Staff

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LAST UPDATED: 11:59 a.m. HST, Feb 01, 2011


The city announced it will resume its regular schedule of bulky item trash pickup tomorrow.

Areas normally scheduled for pickup on the first Wednesday of the month will be served. Those areas are:

Alewa Heights, Puunui, Kalihi, Kalihi Valley and Kamehameha Heights. Includes areas that are mauka of North King Street; between Middle Street and Liliha Street; ewa of Waolani Avenue and makai of Wyllie Street; Ewa Gentry (west of Fort Weaver Road and north of Iroquois Point Road), Ocean Pointe, Ewa, West Loch and Honouliuli. Kaneohe (makai of Kahikili Highway, and south of Heeia Kea Pier) including Kapunahala and north of Kaneohe Stream.

Residents should place items curbside no earlier than the evening before or by 6 a.m. the day of the regularly scheduled pickup.  Items should not block sidewalks, driveways or roadways.  Items will be collected over a three- to four-day period.

Regular bulky waste service in other areas will also resume as scheduled.

For more information on bulky trash pickup, go to http://www.opala.org/solid_waste/bulky_item_pickup.html

Bulky item collection was temporarily suspended while Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill was closed for repairs following severe storms earlier in the month.






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