Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) invites all personnel on the base, military and civilian, to help reduce trash deliveries to Oahu’s landfills and H-Power Plant.
JBPHH provides recycling opportunities for white paper, cardboard, metals, and unpainted/untreated pallets ONLY.
As of Sept. 1, 2018, all white paper and cardboard recycling services were contracted out. Under this contract, green toters were provided to customers for paper collection and blue metal containers were centrally located throughout the base for cardboard.
Customers may drop off all types of metals (ferrous & non-ferrous) at Bldg. 159 on Russell Avenue, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. If a special metal pickup is needed, please contact the JBPHH Recycling Center POC at 474-3717/471-0967.
All unpainted and untreated pallets (metal, plastic & wood) can be recycled. Please call the JBPHH Recycling Center POC to coordinate.
White Paper – Contracted Out (Collected every other Friday)
All white paper, including strip shredded paper, will be placed into the green toters. However, no pulverized or cross cut paper will be accepted.
Customers are responsible for following their organization’s Personal Identifying Information (PII) security procedures.
All shredded paper must be placed in a clear plastic bag and placed into the green toter.
NO magazines, newspapers, books etc., will be placed into the green toter – WHITE PAPER ONLY.
Note: For additional toters, call NAVFAC Hawaii’s Contract Specialist at 471-1592.
Cardboard – Contracted Out (Collected every other Tuesday)
Cardboard is collected at various locations through-out JBPHH in blue metal containers.
All cardboard must be flattened and placed inside the designated containers. Any items left outside of the container will NOT be collected.
Note: For additional blue containers, call NAVFAC Hawaii’s Contract Specialist at 471-1592.
Metals – Collected at Bldg. 159
All types of metals (ferrous & non-ferrous) are accepted. Metal cylinders need to be out-of-date, valve removed or a hole drilled into the cylinder.
Note: Metals may only be dropped off during official times at the Bldg. 159 location. Recommend customers contact the JBPHH Recycling Center before delivering and/or to schedule a pickup.
Bldg. 159, Russell Avenue – Hours of Operation: Mon to Thurs: 8 - 11 a.m., 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.; Fri: 8 to 11 a.m. Directions from Nimitz Gate: Turn left on South Avenue. Proceed about 1/4 mile and turn right onto Russell Avenue. Building 159 is about 1/4 mile on the right.
Unpainted & Untreated Pallets – Call for Collection
Normal sized metal, plastic and wood pallets will be accepted.
Note: Customers MUST call Recycling Center POC to coordinate pickup or drop off of all types of pallets.
Note: The JBPHH Recycle Center DOES NOT participate in the HI-5 program. Residents who wish to redeem their cans and plastic/glass bottles should find the nearest HI-5 redemption location - http://health.hawaii.gov/hi5/redemption-centers/.
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