Solid Waste Division Grant Program

Overview
The Department of Environmental Recycling Grants Program was established and funded in 1990 by the County Council. For profits, non-profits and individuals may apply for a grant for; education, marketing, promotion, diversion, processing, equipment or manufacturing.

Applications are posted every year in January, with grants starting July 1. Applications are reviewed by a Grants Review Committee and approved by the Mayor. Click here to download the Grant Application packet.

Contact Information
Department of Environmental Management
Solid Waste Division
Irene Cordell, Grant Coordinator
2200 Main St.
One Main Plaza, Ste 225
Wailuku, HI 96793
Ph: (808) 270-7880

Grant Funded Programs
Year
Awarded
Amount
of Grant Aid
Recipient
Program Description
FY2011 $21,320 Community Work Day
Paint collection and disposal. Household battery collection
FY2010 $120,000 Community Work Day
Quick Response/Hot Spot clean up of dumped appliances and related materials. Collection events for the appliances, tires and batteries, scrap metals in the remote areas of Maui County
FY2011 $46,376 Habitat for Humanity- E-cycling
E-cycling and ongoing collection of electronics.
FY2011 $30,900 Habitat for Humanity-Restore
Equipment for restore and space for E-cycling.
FY2011 $28,542 Maui Recycling Group-Aloha Shares Network
Computerized exchange of items from individuals, businesses, agencies, etc. to non-profits.
FY2011 $2,904 Sharing Aloha
Home composting workshops on Maui provided by Joy of Worms.
FY2010 $28,420 Community Work Day
Paint collection and disposal. Wire baskets and household battery collection.
FY2010 $120,000 Community Work Day Quick Response/Hot Spot clean up of dumped appliances and related materials. Collection events for the appliances, tires and batteries, scrap metals in the remote areas of Maui County.
FY2010 $52,008 Habitat for Humanity- E-cycling
E-cycling and ongoing collection of electronics.
FY2010 $33,386
Maui Recycling Group-Aloha Shares Network Computerized exchange of items from individuals, businesses, agencies, etc. to non-profits.
FY2010 $13,128 Sharing Aloha
Home composting workshops on Maui, Lanai and Molokai provided by Joy of Worms and sneaker recycling program.
FY2010 Sharing Aloha
Establish collection boxes for sneakers which were shipped to Nike to be converted into Nike Grind to make an outdoor basketball court.
FY2010 $152,846 Tri-Isle RC&D
Part of a 3 year pilot project to design, construct and operate the Lanai Recycling Center.