58 unwanted vehicles removed from Hawaiian Ocean View estates
(BIVN) – 58 vehicles were pulled from Hawaiian Ocean View Estates last month, during the first unwanted vehicle collection event in rural Hawai’i County.
In a press release Thursday, Hawai’i County reported on the event held July 17-18, which was held as part of the Abandoned and Abandoned Vehicle Section (DAV) . Extract from the press release:
These events aim to make the removal of unwanted vehicles from private property more accessible and convenient for the community by reducing the distance residents must travel to dispose of their unwanted vehicles.
Fifty-eight unwanted vehicles were successfully removed from EVOO packages during this event. All collected vehicles are transported to the county’s contracted recycling / disposal facility. The landing site was located in the HOVE subdivision.
The DAV Section has also partnered with the County Vehicle Registration and Registration (VRL) Section at the HOVE Community Center so residents can pre-register for two pop-up events and throw in their title for disposal. The pop-up events have been hosted for the convenience of our rural residents who understand the challenges of long distance travel to Hilo or Kailua-Kona to throw away their vehicle titles.
The county would like to thank the residents of HOVE, the Ocean View community association, board chairperson Maile David, all county employees involved in this event and the various Ka’ū towing companies for making this event an event. positive and successful. Please visit our website hawaiizerowaste.org and sign up for solid waste notifications (by email or SMS).