Randolph County Solid Waste Authority (RCSWA) is a local municipal government authority empowered by the West Virginia State Solid Waste Management Board. We serve the health and welfare interests of residents in and around Randolph County, West Virginia.
The mission of Randolph County Solid Waste Authority is to promote an integrated solid waste management system which maximizes resources and safeguards human health.
RCSWA promotes access to quality waste management services in Elkins, Beverly, Mill Creek, WV – and beyond. Through our broad network of resources, we help Randolph County citizens identify safe, cost-effective ways to recycle and dispose of residential waste, commercial waste, and industrial waste.
At RCWSA, our primary objective is protecting public health and safeguarding the welfare of the citizens we serve.
RCWSA can help you find your nearest recycling center, landfill, self-serve transfer station, garbage collection and disposal service provider. We help citizens access accurate, timely information about how to properly dispose of various types of household trash, yard waste, commercial and industrial waste produced in Randolph County, WV.
To further our mission, we establish programs and events designed to address a broad range of issues including source reduction, reuse, material recovery, and landfilling. From finding the best transfer station for self-disposal locating the nearest landfill, we actively work to assess problems and identify solutions.
RCSWA supports the Randolph County community by organizing cooperative community clean-up efforts and events for youth. We participate in a variety of waste reduction, reuse, and recycling events.
RCSWA is managed by a five-member board of directors appointed as follows: one by the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), two each by the county commission, one by the board of supervisors for the Conservation District (CD) in which the county is situated and one by the Chairman of the Public Service Commission (PSC). Terms last four years, and appointments are staggered to ensure not all of the member’s terms expire in the same year.