Final Environmental Impact Statement


PVT published a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the PVT Integrated Solid Waste Management Facility Relocation project (Proposed Action). The Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) determined that the Final EIS is acceptable under the procedures established in Chapter 343, HRS.

Download the Final EIS Volume I (PDF) →

Download the Final EIS Volume II: Appendices A – K (PDF) →

Download the Final EIS Volume III: Appendices L – N (PDF) →

Download the DPP Final EIS Acceptance Letter →

PVT ISWMF Relocation

PVT owns and operates the only publicly accessible, commercial construction and demolition (C&D) recycling and solid waste management facility on Oahu. The facility is part of the City & County of Honolulu’s solid waste management plan and provides a critical service to the construction industry and to City & County of Honolulu emergency and disaster response efforts.

PVT recycles and reuses approximately 80% of the C&D debris received. While recycling has extended the life of the landfill, the construction boom on Oahu has generated more C&D debris than anticipated. PVT is therefore initiating landfill closure activities in accordance with its permit. The PVT facility closure would leave Oahu without a C&D landfill and materials recovery facility.

PVT proposes to:

  1. Relocate its C&D debris receiving, recycling, and disposal operation to a parcel, owned by a PVT affiliate, on the opposite side of Lualualei Naval Road from its current location.
  2. Upgrade its recycling operations by installing two materials recovery and processing lines.
  3. Install renewable energy facilities (a gasification unit or anaerobic digestion system and photovoltaic panels) to power its operations.

The relocation will allow uninterrupted C&D debris management focused on the diversion of 80% of construction debris from the landfill through reclamation, recycling, and reuse.



The Final EIS describes the Proposed Action and Alternatives, the current environment, and anticipated impacts to natural and community resources:

Final EIS Volume I:

Section 1 – Introduction
Section 2 – Proposed Action and Alternatives
Section 3 – Natural Environment
Section 4 – Public Infrastructure and Services
Section 5 – Historic, Socioeconomic, and Scenic Resources
Section 6 – Conformance with Land Use Plans, Policies, and Controls
Section 7 – Other Impacts and Concerns
Section 8 – Prepares
Section 9 – Comments on the EISPN and Responses
Section 10 – Comments on the Draft EIS and Responses
Section 11 – References

Final EIS Volume II – Appendices A-K:

Appendix A – Geology, Hydrology and Water Quality Report
Appendix B – Air Quality Impact Report
Appendix C – Nanakuli Dust Study
Appendix D – Environmental Noise Assessment Report
Appendix E – Biological Surveys Report
Appendix F – Traffic Impact Analysis Report
Appendix G – Archaeological Report and Preservation Plan
Appendix H – Cultural Impact Assessment
Appendix I – Landscaping Plan
Appendix J – EISPN Distribution List
Appendix K – Draft EIS Distribution List

Final EIS Volume III – Appendices A-K:

Appendix L – City and County of Honolulu Landfill Siting Studies
Appendix M – Petition in Opposition to the Proposed Action
Appendix N – Petition in Support of the Proposed Action

*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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