Honolulu (Zip: 96795) is a city in Hawaii, in the United States. Just like other American cities, Honolulu offers its residents a trash collection program through which the citizens can get rid of their daily household trash, recyclables, hazardous waste and bulky items.
Following are the details about the Honolulu trash schedule.
Honolulu Trash Pickup Schedule
Trash collection in Honolulu starts at 6 am on your pickup day and hence you can place the carts from 6 pm the day before until this time.
However, the collection days across the city may vary depending upon the part of the city you live in.
To find your street’s trash pickup schedule, enter your address by clicking on the map below and you’ll get your curbside pickup days.
Honolulu Trash Pickup Holidays
Honolulu does not pick up trash on the following public holidays, and the collection will instead take place a day or two days later.
- Christmas Day
- New Year’s Day
Bulky Item Pickup Honolulu
Heavy item or bulk collection in the city of Honolulu takes place once every month. However, one must schedule an appointment first in order to have bulky items picked up.
To get an appointment, fill out this bulky item appointment form, in which you’ll be asked about your home street and address.
Honolulu Recycling Schedule
Curbside recycling takes place every week in Honolulu, with blue and green carts being emptied on alternating weeks. Green carts include recyclables like newspaper, office paper and magazines, envelopes and wrapping paper, construction paper, junk mail, books and paper bags, catalogs, tin, aluminum, and some other metal cans etc.
As for the green carts, they should include green waste or yard waste like grass clippings, small tree branches, brush, leaves and christmas trees etc.
Check Complete Honolulu Recycling Schedule from here: https://opala.hnl.info/refuse_collection/
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Recap – Honolulu Trash Schedule
Garbage collection in the city of Honolulu takes place weekly, just like the recycling collection, however the days for both the two pickups differ.
You can check out your detailed weekly schedule by entering your address at the map or by simply choosing the right location from that collection map.
Here’s what to do if you miss the trash.