Yes, a full listing of recycling resources by county is available on eHawaii.gov.
For executive departments, except for Office of Hawaiian Affairs, University of Hawaii, Department of Education, excluding the Hawaii Public Library System, and Hawaii Health Systems Corporation, the Department Head approves: Disposal application for all non-expendable state property having a unit cost of $1,000 or more and a useful life of more than one year. Weapons, ...
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The Department Head or Department Designee approves for all state property having a unit cost below $1,000, including supplies (except weapons, works of art, historical treasures, land, and interest in land), and lost, stolen or damaged state property with a unit cost less than $500. Refer to the Procurement Circular 2014-17(A), Amendment 1 for more ...
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For other jurisdictions, their respective Chief Procurement Officers (CPO) approves the disposal application.
The Property Custodian, who is delegated by the Department Head, is authorized to sign the disposal application submitted to the Department Head.
Changes to the delegated Property Custodian may be made by submitting a completed form SPO-017Btrans, Property Custodian Delegation of Authority.