Recycle Batteries Maui County

Residents can drop off their household batteries through end of business day June 30, 2016. Please read below for information on what types of batteries are accepted and where collection sites are located.

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Types of Batteries We Recycle

Many of these batteries come in different forms such as AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, camera batteries, battery packs, etc. The most important thing is that you identify the chemical composition and shape of your batteries, only turning in only those that match the images below to MMN’s Household Batteries Recycling Program.

If you are unsure about a battery, please call 808-877-2524 or email info@cwdhawaii.org to find out how to properly dispose of the particular battery you have.

Find a Recycle Batteries Maui County Location Near You

Click on the region below to expand the list of sites in that area. While we try to keep this list update, it’s always a good idea to call ahead and verify your desired location is still a participating collection site.

Central

    • Central Maui Landfill: 270-6153
      Pulehu Rd off Hansen Rd (office)
    • Marmac Kahului: 877-3931
      334  Alamaha Street, Kahului
    • Longs Kahului: 877-0041
      70 E. Kaahumanu Ave
    • HouseMart Ben Franklin: 877-6426
      275 W Kaahumanu Ave (Queen Ka’ahumanu Center)
    • Lowe’s: 873-0383
      275 Dairy Road, Kahului
    • Aloha Recycling: 871-8544
      75 Amala Street, Kahului
    • Maui Recycling: 281-1942
      55 Amala Street, Kahului 
    • Kahului Recycling Center: 871-8544
      Wahine Pio Road, behind UHMC 
    • One Main Plaza
      2200 Main Street (lobby), Wailuku 
    • County of Maui
      200 Main Street (lobby), Wailuku 
    • Marmac Maui Lani: 633-4272
      11 La’a Street, Wailuku 
    • Maui Disposal Redemption & Recycle Center: 242-7999
      60 Kanoa Street, Wailuku 
    • Longs Maui Lani: 242-5606
      135 Kehalani Village Drive, Wailuku

Kihei

    • HouseMart Ace Hardware Kihei: 879-7060
      1280 S Kihei Rd
    • Kihei Recycling Center: 871-8544
      Welakahao Road near Piilani Highway
    • Longs Kihei: 879-2259
      1215 South Kihei Road

West Maui

    • Longs Lahaina: 667-4390
      1221 Honoapiilani Hwy #237
    • HouseMart Ace Lahaina: 661-0814
      840 Wainee St Ste 101
    • Napili Market: 669-1600
      5095 Napilihau St

Upcountry (Makawao, Pukalani, Haiku)

    • Makawao Recycling Center: 871-8544
      off Makani behind Kalama School
    • HouseMart Ace Pukalani: 572-5566
      55 Pukalani Street
    • Maui Disposal Redemption Center: 242-7999
      Pukalani Terrance by HouseMart Ace
    • Longs Pukalani: 573-9300
      55 Kiopaa Street
    • Haiku Hardware & Garden: 575-9360
      375 West Kuiaha Road #2
    • Haiku Recycling Center: 871-8544
      Hana Highway by Haiku Community Center
    • Kula True Value: 878-2551
      3100 Lower Kula Rd

Hāna

    • Hasegawa’s: 248-8231
      5165 Hana Hwy

Moloka’i

    • Misaki’s Store: 553-5505
      78 Ala Malama Ave, Kaunakakai

Lāna’i

    • Pine Isle Market: 565-6488
      356 8th Street

Accepted Household Batteries for Maui County Recycling Infographic
Take Part!

MMN staff and volunteers then prepare and ship the batteries to the mainland where they will be recycled into new products! Recycling batteries not only repurposes valuable materials, it also keeps their hazardous chemicals from potentially leaching into our environment.

Want to help out this valuable community resource? Join us at the next Programs Support Day at the MMN baseyard!

Just the Facts from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency:

      • Batteries contain heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and nickel, which can contaminate the environment when batteries are improperly disposed of. When incinerated, certain metals might be released into the air or can concentrate in the ash produced by the combustion process.
      • Recycling batteries keeps heavy metals out of landfills and the air. Recycling saves resources because recovered plastic and metals can be used to make new batteries.

For visual learners, check out this handy Battery Recycling Flow Chart from RawMaterials.com.