Q. Where is PVT located?

A. PVT is in Nanakuli, a community on the Waianae Coast of the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Entrance to the facility is on Lualualei Naval Road, about one-quarter mile northeast of its intersection with Farrington Highway. From the main gate, the facility extends north for about one mile along Lualualei Road.


Q. How big is the PVT facility?

A. The facility is about 400 acres. Only a portion of that is engaged in landfill operations at any given time. The landfill face is located in the interior of the facility, more than a half-mile from any residential areas.


Q. What is a C&D landfill?

A. C&D stands for “Construction & Demolition”. The debris that PVT accepts comes almost entirely from construction and demolition projects.


Q. What area does PVT serve?

A. PVT serves the C&D landfill needs of the City & County of Honolulu, which is comprised of the entire island of Oahu, Hawaii, an area of 597 square miles with nearly one million residents. In addition, PVT accepts C&D waste shipped to Oahu from the North Pacific, including Midway Island and Johnson Atoll.


Q. What kind of debris does PVT accept?

A. We accept non-hazardous materials from construction or demolition sites, which includes wood, metal, plastic, concrete, asphalt, glass, masonry, roofing, rock, dirt, boulders, and siding.


Q. Does PVT accept tires, appliances, or car parts?

A. No. Nor do we accept pesticides, medical waste and many household items that are classified as hazardous waste. See our complete list of prohibited materials.


Q. Can I bring items that I want to discard to PVT?

A. Yes, provided they’re on the list of C&D approved materials. Contact PVT ahead of time at 808-668-4561 to make sure your debris qualifies. The City & County operates nine drop-off stations on Oahu where you may take household rubbish for disposal and recycling free of charge.


Q. Does PVT accept asbestos?

A. We do not accept asbestos.

*Important Notices*

  • Effective May 13, 2024 entrance gates will remain closed until 6:30 a.m. All engines are to be shut off completely when waiting in line between the times of 6:30 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.
  • Effective October 2, 2023 we will no longer be accepting request for roofing clearances over the phone or via email. All requests must be submitted via our online clearance request form found here
  • Please remind your drivers and/or haulers that it is important for them to be courteous and considerate while driving their routes; Particularly on the landfill and though neighborhoods such as Nanakuli.
    • Do NOT speed or drive recklessly.
    • Do NOT overtake or cut in line on the landfill.
    • Do NOT "Jake Break" on lualualei Naval Road.
    • Do NOT use cellphones on PVT Property, except in "designated areas" to call dispatchers.
    • Cover all loads properly.
    • Secure all bin/trailer doors and gates.
    • Follow all posted safety signs at PVT.
    • Do NOT park on the shoulder of Lualualei Naval Road at any time.
    • Minimize dust problems.
    • Do NOT blast air horns unnecessarily.
    • STOP before exiting on to Lualualei Naval Road.
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