City to create temporary dump-sites for residents to discard storm debris

City to create temporary dump-sites for residents to discard storm debris
(Image: Hawaii News Now)

EAST HONOLULU, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Starting Tuesday, residents of eastern Honolulu will be able to get rid of any items destroyed by flooding over the weekend.

The City and County of Honolulu will be supplying two roll-off dumpster bins for residents to drop off anything damaged by the storms.

The two dumpster locations are at the Hawaii Kai Park and Ride Facility, and Kawaikui Beach Park, which is located at the bottom of the Hawaii Loa Ridge.

Residents will only be able to drop off storm-damaged items. From Tuesday to Friday, the bins will be taken and replaced every morning.

Major appliances, hazardous materials, regular trash, or anything else that isn't storm-related will not be accepted.

Bulky item pickup will begin on April 23 for Aina Haina, and April 25 for the area from Niu Valley to Hawaii Kai.

The Department of Environmental Services will assess storm-affected areas and provide additional bulky item pickup for areas with significant storm debris.

Residents in these areas will not be cited for bulky materials that are set out early.

Copyright 2018 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.