Hawaii Metal Recycling Co. (HMR) was established in 1991 as a joint venture between Flynn Learner, Hawaii's premier scrap metal recycler since 1949, and Newell Industries, Inc., the world's largest shredder manufacturer. Today, HMR is the state's preeminent recycler in all respects and the second largest dry bulk exporter. Winner of the State of Hawaii's 1997 Environmental award, Hawaii Metal Recycling has expanded to handle other waste issues such as green waste and marine debris. Located on 5.8 acres in Campbell Industrial Park, HMR is committed to finding new ways to decrease the amount of scrap metal in Hawaii's refuse stream by increasing the company's capacity to process and recycle that
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