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Hoffmann: So much for transparency

Hoffmann: So much for transparency

From County Councilman Pete Hoffmann: No one even remotely connected with County operations would deny that the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is one of the more complex and difficult operations to control. Add also the somewhat emotional reactions of County residents to the various issues that are involved in the DEM arena and the […]

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Most of Hawai`i County’s solid waste transfer stations will expand their hours of operation to be open 12 hours a day at least three days a week beginning August 1, 2010.

Nineteen transfer stations will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the days of the week they are currently open. Only the Hilo Transfer Station will have different hours: 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week, to accommodate landfill operations.

County to expand transfer station hours

Most of Hawai`i County’s solid waste transfer stations will expand their hours of operation to be open 12 hours a day at least three days a week beginning August 1, 2010. Nineteen transfer stations will be open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the days of the week they are currently open. Only the […]

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Recycle artists converted trash into outfits for the annual Trash Bash Fashion Show in Kohala Saturday (March 20). Video of the show.

Trash with class in Kohala fashion show

Recycle artists converted trash into outfits for the annual Trash Bash Fashion Show in Kohala Saturday (March 20). Video of the show.

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David and Zane Hoover volunteer to preserve Hawaii Volcanoes National Park's Puna Coast Trail

Father and son take ‘Leave No Trace’ to heart

David and Zane Hoover volunteer to preserve Hawaii Volcanoes National Park’s Puna Coast Trail

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Your old athletic shoes? … not trash

Your old athletic shoes? … not trash

MEDIA RELEASE Old and worn athletic shoes are not trash. They can become much more than waste in a landfill and serve a greater purpose long after they’ve run their last race. Now through Sunday April 26th, 2009, all Big Island Fire Stations will be collecting worn-out athletic shoes. All brands of athletic shoes will […]

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