We are committed to protecting Hawaii’s future by recycling today.
Reynolds Recycling is a locally owned company that has been serving Hawaii’s people for almost 40 years. In that time, we have paid out over $245 million to Hawaii residents for their recyclables, of which over $3.5 million has gone directly to our schools to fund important programs and projects.
Our main goal is to make recycling a way of life for Hawaii’s people. That’s why, here at Reynolds Recycling, we do our best to have a full range of recycling options available.
Each year since 2005, Reynolds Recycling has recycled enough used beverage containers, and scrap metal to extend the life of our municipal landfill by one month.
In 1980 Reynolds Metals honored a commitment they made to build a recycling center wherever there was a Reynolds can manufacturing facility.
The late Ed Doty, President of Eagle Distributors, and the late Betty Crocker, head of the Outdoor Circle, shared a vision of a cleaner Hawaii and convinced Reynolds Metals that their recycling operations were needed immediately.
In 1981, Reynolds Metals opened up its Halawa processing plant with just a handful of employees accepting various forms of aluminum. In 1997, Tomra purchased Reynolds Metals and due to shifts in the industry, sold the company to local investors in 2002. Now in its 42nd year, Reynolds has over 65 employees.
Since the January 2005 start of the beverage container deposit program, Reynolds has been redeeming aluminum cans, plastic bottles, glass bottles, steel and bi-metal cans at the State’s largest certified redemption center network.
Currently, we are operating at 15 locations statewide, and process over one million transactions a year.Over the course of its history, Reynolds has recycled over 3 billion aluminum cans and has paid out over $3 million to Hawaii schools for their recycling efforts.
Reynolds Recycling is committed to protecting Hawaii’s future by recycling today and remains invested in the community that opened its arms to recycling so many years ago.
All Reynolds Recycling locations will be closed on the following dates. Additionally, the KRC Redemption Center will be closed all Kauai County observed holidays.
|Day of Week||Day of Month||Holiday|
|Thursday||November 24th||Thanksgiving Day 2022|
|Sunday||December 25th||Christmas Day 2022|
|Sunday||January 01st||New Year’s Day 2023|
|Monday||May 29th||Memorial Day 2023|
|Tuesday||July 04th||Independence Day 2023|
|Monday||September 04th||Labor Day 2023|
State of Hawaii Department of Healthwww.hi5deposit.com
City & County of Honolulu Recyclingwww.opala.org
Maui Department of Environmental Managementwww.co.maui.hi.us/index.aspx?nid=114
Kauai County Recycling Officewww.kauai.gov/Default.aspx?tabid=68
Hawaii County Department of Environmental Managementwww.hawaii-county.com/directory/dir_envmng.htm
Can Manufacturers Institutewww.cancentral.com
Keep America Beautifulwww.kab.org
Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautifulwww.khib.org
Kokua Hawaii Foundationwww.kokuahawaiifoundation.org
Container Recycling Institutewww.bottlebill.org