The Cabell County Solid Waste Authority has eight recycling drop-off locations in Cabell County. Here's more information:
WHERE ARE THE RECYCLING BINS LOCATED? Parking lot at Kroger, 19 West 7th Ave.; Big Sandy Superstore Arena (located in parking lot across 7th Street from arena); Cabell-Huntington Health Department (behind Mac-Reedo's), 703 7th Ave.; parking lot at Kroger, 2627 5th Avenue; parking lot at intersection of W.Va. 2 and Big Seven Mile Road in Lesage; Adams Trucking, 3700 U.S. 60 East, Barboursville; Perry Morris Square on U.S. 60, Milton.
DO MATERIALS HAVE TO BE SORTED? No. The program is mixed-stream, meaning users can commingle their recyclables.
WHAT MATERIALS ARE ACCEPTED? Glass; paper products such as newspapers, magazines, phone books, paperboard, cardboard, office paper, folders and junk mail; plastic bottles; cartons such as milk or orange juice; juice boxes; steel, tin and aluminum cans.
WHAT MATERIALS ARE NOT ACCEPTED? Plastics that are not bottles or jugs, plastic bags, medical syringes, Styrofoam, coat hangers, scrap metal.
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE RECYCLABLES? Rumpke Recycling empties the recycling bins twice a week at each location. The materials are transported to the company's recycling plant in Columbus, Ohio, where recyclables are sorted using optical-scan machines.
TO LEARN MORE: Visit www.ccswa.us.