Landfill & Transfer Services

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Tygarts Valley Transfer Station

Tygarts Valley Transfer is a landfill transfer service facility where residents in West Virginia can drop off their household, electronic, and commercial solid waste for transportation to the nearest landfill. We ensure that your waste is properly disposed of by following strict environmental controls. Fees Apply.

Accepted Items

  • Food

  • Appliances

  • Clothing

  • Furniture

  • Tires (Additional fee of $5.00 per tire)

  • Electronics

  • Batteries

  • Cardboard

  • Plastic

  • Light Bulbs

  • Metal

  • Smoke Detectors

  • Paper

  • Glass

  • Wood

  • Shingles


Monday – Friday: 7:00 4:00 p.m.


47 East Dailey Road
Rt 219 /250 South
Beverly, WV 26253

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Tucker County Landfill

Tucker County Solid Waste Authority

The Tucker County Landfill is managed by the Tucker County Solid Waste Authority’s Board of Directors.  Fees Apply.

Accepted Items

  • Construction & Demolition Waste*
  • Debris
  • Contaminated Soil
  • Municipal Solid Waste
  • Sludge
  • Special Waste
  • Tires (Truck)
  • Tires (Tractor)
  • Tires (Auto)
  • White Goods & Bulky Wastes
  • Yard Waste

*Construction and Demolition Waste (C&D) includes discarded materials from construction, renovation, restoration and demolition activities and projects.


Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


The Tucker County Landfill is located on Landfill Road in Davis.

284 Landfill Road
Davis, WV 26260
Phone: (304) 259-4867
Fax: (304) 463-4143
Scale House: (304) 259-5580
Landfill Manager (304) 376-8301

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To the People Randolph County

By now those of you who are reading this know that that the Tygart valley Recycling Center (formerly the Randolph County Recycling Center), has closed. First of all, the Randolph County Solid Waste Authority appreciate your passion for recycling and how you express importance for a Recycling Center. to give you a little history on the Center. Mr. Sterling Daniels is the owner of the Recycling Center. The owner before him was Mr. Joe Gum. The Randolph County Solid Waste Authority as never owned the Center. In the past, We have assisted the recycling center in various ways but, have never owned it. It is, or was, a private business unto itself. Now the reason that it is closed. When I spoke with Mr. Daniels the reason for closing he stated that he is losing anywhere from $4 to $5 thousand dollars a month. We post it on our website so other will know where to go to take their recyclables. We are currently looking to meet with the Randolph County Commission and with the Elkins City Council to let them know of the situation and bounce some ideas as to what direction to go. Hopefully, bring another recycling Center into the County. Getting rid of recyclables it not as easy as some think. Recycling is not as easy as everyone thinks. You Spend the month collect and bailing the items. The You try to find a Recycling company, much larger then your own, that will take them. You tell them that you will sell it to them at this price. Those that want to buy it will either meet your requested price or, low ball you. Most of the time, they low ball you. Even in recycling, you’ve got to make a profit to stay alive. I thank you for you passion and concern for recycling. I hope we can solve the problem soon. If you have any ideas or folks that deal in Recycling, please shoot me an e-mail.

Thank you for you patience and understanding.

Clark Martin – Chairman
Randolph County Solid Waste Authority
P. O. Box 2147
Elkins, West Virginia 26241