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Here on Maui, recycling isn't only a's a necessity. With limited resources and the landfill continuing to fill up, Hawai‘i Materials Recycling plays a vital role in providing a quality, cost-effective solution for inert products from building and landscaping projects of all sizes.

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  • Writer's pictureKristy Ford

LEED is one of the most popular green building certification programs in the world. It was created by the U.S. Green Building Council and stands for "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design." We're passionate about sustainable solutions for our islands, so we're here to help. If you're looking to get LEED-certified in the construction industry, visit us at Hawaii Materials Recycling in Kīhei to drop off and pick up products! This video explains how we help you build up LEED credits.

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  • Writer's pictureKristy Ford

There are times it's important to say NO. Our experienced engineers and scientists know when that is. We do not accept materials that contain pesticides and contaminants. Our fully-permitted facility adheres to county and state regulations, and we take proper steps for all materials, from sourcing and tracing to documenting and reporting. This applies to our concrete, asphalt, rock, dirt and sand.

"Anybody who purchases from us can feel confident that we are 100% certified in clean materials coming in AND going out," says Jenny Sullivan with Hawai‘i Materials Recycling.

To us, quality products and responsible processes matter. This video shares more on how we go to great lengths to ensure our recycled materials remain clean and safe.

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