Mauka Re­cy­cling To Sup­port Boy Scouts

MidWeek Islander (Central Oahu) - - News -

Aloha Aina Earth Day comes to the Mililani Mauka Park and Ride from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Satur­day as a cleanup ef­fort and ben­e­fit for Boy Scout Troop 32.

Res­i­dents are urged to bring all kinds of metal, pa­per, ap­pli­ances and old bulky things to the Ukuwai Street site. Items ac­cepted in­clude scrap metal, auto parts, bi­cy­cles, metal ap­pli­ances, car parts, air con­di­tion­ers, news­pa­per, card­board, HI5 bev­er­age con­tain­ers, cell phones, printer car­tridges, phone books, green waste, cook­ing oil, com­put­ers (one per car), plas­tic bags and hang­ers, eye­glasses and hear­ing aides, and car bat­ter­ies. Us­able cloth­ing and house­hold items will go to Good­will In­dus­tries.

The drive is sup­ported by politi­cians and busi­nesses and co­or­di­nated by Rene Man­sho of Sch­nitzer Steel, a metal re­cy­cler that will give cash pro­ceeds from the drive to the Scouts. In­volved are U.S. Rep. Neil Aber­crom­bie, Mayor Mufi Han­ne­mann, city coun­cil­men Dono­van Dela Cruz and Nestor Gar­cia, state Sen. Michelle Ki­dani and state Reps. Marilyn Lee and Ryan Ya­mane.

For curb­side pick­ups, call Man­sho at 306-1876 or Bobby Balais at 352-2761. For free car tow­ing ( by ap­point­ment only), call Man­sho.

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