About Maui Disposal
Maui Disposal Service, Inc. founded in 1969 is now the largest waste hauling and recycling operation on Maui servicing a customer base of over twenty-five hundred accounts. Through forty years of business, we have advanced our services to include many different types of waste hauling and recycling services and methods. Maui Disposal employs over one hundred-ten employees in refuse hauling, recycling, material recovery and HI5 redemption centers.
What We Do
Maui Disposal Service, Inc. operates the largest fleet of Front-End Loader vehicles and Fork Trucks on Maui. We operate three hundred and sixty-five days per year for those businesses that require daily service.
Maui Disposal Inc. also operates the largest fleet of Roll-off trucks on Maui hauling compactors and roll off containers for resorts, condominiums, landscapers and contractors. No job is too large or too small for Maui Disposal.
More About Us
Maui Disposal’s main office is located in Wailuku at the base of Iao Valley in The Millyard Business/Industrial area. The Material Recovery Facility is located in Puunene at the Central Maui Baseyard and Maui Disposal operates HI5 Redemption Centers across the island. The HI5 Redemption Centers are located in Lahaina on Keawe Street, in Wailuku at Maui Community College, in Haiku at Haiku Community Center, in Kihei on Welakahao Street, in Makawao near Lokelani Elementary as well as a Mobile Redemption site in Napili at Maui Land & Pineapple’s Baseyard across from Napili Plaza. Maui Disposal also operates Olowalu Transfer Station located in Olowalu that enables residential customers from Lahaina to bring their solid waste, green waste and recyclables as well as used oil and appliances to this location.
Why Choose Us?
- Over 40 Years In Business
- Focus On Green Initiatives and Recycling
- Largest Waste Hauling And Recycling Operation On Maui
- No Job Too Big Or Too Small
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(888) 586-8873 | (808) 214-1402.