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P.O. Box 600, Kailua, Hawaii, 262-2724, recycle (at) ocr2000 (dot) com

Since the year 2000, Oahu Community Recycling (OCR) has stood out as Hawaii’s leader in community recycling services by offering Oahu’s communities convenient recycling programs. We focus on recycling services for both homes and businesses, and have developed the most efficient, quality and cost-effective community recycling programs on Oahu. Our commitment to creating a greener, more sustainable Hawaii is what makes OCR the ideal recycling solution for small to large institutions seeking affordable and innovative programs hand-tailored to the needs of our clients. We also actively participate in educational and industry development programs to help Hawaii go greener and cut down on waste.
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Few more earth friendly links:
Hagadone Printing Co.: Recycle all paper incl. glossy paper Island Recycling: Recycling company on Oahu City's Department of Environmental Services U.S. Green Building Council: Creator of LEED
Intrade Corporation: Buys & Sells used printer cartridges Pacific Commercial Services: Recycle computers
Weight/Volume Conversion: Calculate weight of recyclables Found Wood Working: Reclaimed woodworking arts
Hawaii SEED: Supports real food security 4 Hawaii Kanu Hawaii: Make Hawaii a better place
Kokua Hawaii Foundation: Supports environmental education NatureMill: Manufacturer of automatic composter
The Story of Stuff: Learn something and laugh Styrophobia: Biodegradable products
RecycleTech Corp.: Show u how 2 recycled Styrofoam SOOZOU: Products made with used sails
North Shore Community Land Trust: North Shore of Oahu TerraCycle: They recycle almost everything
Hawaii People's Fund: Funding social change in Hawaii since 1972 Veolia: Huge environmental services company
Think Green From Home: CFLs recycling available here Dictionary of Sustainable Management: Use it!
Hui o Ko`olaupoko: Local non-profit, voices of the watershed Small Kine Farm: Certified organic mushroom farm