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  • Writer's pictureJenny Sullivan

Dedication is Measured in TONS at Hawai’i Materials Recycling

Updated: Dec 14, 2019

We are proud of who are are, as Maui’s cost-effective, environmentally-responsible inert materials recycling facility.

We are proud of what we do, permitted by the state of Hawai’i to recycle concrete, asphalt, sand, rock and dirt; all with low tipping fees, less wait time at the scale house, and a convenient process for clearance forms.

We are proud of the people and companies who have chosen to work with Hawai’i Materials Recycling (HMR), not only dropping off permitted materials but also purchasing LEED-certified products from the same location.

So we wanted to give a shout-out to the customers who have put a significant amount of time and resources into choosing recycled materials and diverting from the landfill, project after project.

As we reflect on a fantastic year, with so many individuals and companies that have made the choice to use Hawaii Materials Recycling, here’s a list that outlines our top customers in 2019.

Aloha Waste

Chris Hayes

Dennis MacDonald

Elite Concrete

Friendly Island Landscape

Hawaiian Dredging Construction

In and Out Builders

Kīhei Compost

Kings Excavation and Dirt Works

LC Hauling

Makena Builders

Maui Disposal

Pacific Concrete Cutting & Coring

PB Sullivan Construction

Rojac Construction

Shoreline Concrete

The Rock Landscaping

Valley Isle Enterprises

West Maui Construction

Since we are not a quarry, all of the products sold are from recycled material, we appreciate the support and flexibility. As we all know, landfill diversion is necessary and choosing to work with HMR is the best way to do your part and with the added benefit of not being a quarry, blasting or drilling into the earth, it is worth the effort and choice when purchasing material from us. In doing so, we have all helped the community of Maui save over $13 million in landfill costs.

So join our ‘ohana of wonderful companies making the choice to purchase recycled materials that contribute to LEED credits. It’s not only helping these businesses save financially, but also making a sustainable difference to our island and the earth!

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