Summer Nature Camps for WV Youth

West Virginia offers programs for our state’s children to enrich their understanding of the environment through summer fun and learning how to interact responsibly with our natural resources. Randolph County Solid Waste Authority is proud to sponsor $525 in tuition...

Randolph County Leads the Way in Glass Recycling

Did you know Randolph is the only one of West Virginia’s 55 counties that supports a glass recycling program?  It’s increasingly difficult to locate processing facilities for many items in the current recycling market, and glass is one of these materials. ...

What Is Solid Waste?

The RCSWA is mandated to oversee the disposal of solid waste. “Solid Waste” refers to any garbage such as compost, combustible materials, liquids (milk, paint, oil), etc. Exclusions include hazardous and radioactive materials and other refuse in...

Tire Day(s)—September 8th & 9th

RCSWA will be holding a Tire Day on September 8th and 9th.  There will be a limit of 10 tires per load and you must have driver license. We will collect old tires on Septembers 8th from 8 am to 4 pm at Leslie Bros. Equipment in Norton.  The 9th from 8 am to 4 pm at...

Participate in Clean-up

Here are some options and groups if you would like to participate in cleaning up Elkins and Randolph County: Elkins Make It Shine The Elkins Make it Shine Facebook page was created to help bring community pride and volunteering back to our little town. Community...

April 14th is E-Cycling Day

The RCSWA and the Davis & Elkins College Center for Sustainability Studies, GreenWorks!, are partnering to help residents clear out unwanted electronic items with a special Electronics Recycling event on Saturday, April 14th, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or until the...