Lowes (Multiple locations) - Offers haul/recycling of appliances for a fee with purchase and delivery of a new one.
All batteries are accepted at MUB’s annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day. You can find more information on that event here.
Best Buy 3294 University Town Centre Dr Morgantown, WV, 26501
Lowes (Multiple locations)
Advance Auto Parts (Multiple locations) - Advance Auto Parts will give $10 store credit for each battery.
AutoZone (Multiple locations) - AutoZone will give $10 store credit for each battery.
Positive Spin BOPARC Center 1216 University Avenue Morgantown, WV 26505 email@example.com Phone: 304-933-2633 /304-wee-code Facebook Website - Accepts bikes and bike parts for refurbishment and recycling. Please contact before bringing bike donations.
Republic Services offers free pick up of e-waste every 4th Friday of the month to all City of Morgantown residents. Call 304-366-8900 or 1-800-696-3173 to schedule your free pick-up through Republic. Visit their website to see a full list of accepted electronics.
You can also recycle your electronic waste at these locations:
Motor oil is accepted at MUB’s annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day. You can find more information on that event here.
Advance Auto Parts (Multiple locations)
AutoZone (Multiple locations)
Oil based paint can be recycled at MUB’s annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day. You can find more information on that event here.
Latex paint can be recycled and purchased at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Friends of Decker’s Creek also holds an annual latex paint exchange in which one can donate or pick-up used latex paint for free.
To recycle latex paint at the ReStore or FODC’s Annual Paint Exchange, the paint must meet the following criteria: 1. Latex paint must not be expired or less than 5 years old 2. Latex paint must be in original container and more than 1/2 gallon
Habitat for Humanity ReStore 1825 Earl L. Core Rd. Morgantown, WV 26501 Phone: 304-291-2991 Website
Friends of Decker’s Creek For more info about the Friends of Decker's Creek paint exchange, click here.
If the latex paint is not usable you can safely dispose of it in your regular trash by following these steps: 1. Open the can and let it air dry. 2. Pour excess paint on cardboard or in a cardboard box filled with newspaper. Let the paint dry and then dispose of it in the trash. 3. Mix an absorbent (like sawdust or kitty litter) with the paint. 4. Let the paint dry and then dispose of it in the trash.
All major retail chains accept plastic bags and plastic films (i.e., bread bags and packaging wrap) if they pass the thumb stretch test. To test whether or not flexible packaging can be recycled simply apply thumb pressure to the plastic. If the plastic stretches, then it can be recycled at major store retailers. Recycling bins are located either outside in front of the store or by check-out stands.
Shredded paper in a clear plastic bag can go into single-stream recycling. PACE Shredding offers secure paper shredding services for a small fee.
PACE Shredding 889 Mylan Park Lane Morgantown, WV 26501 All paper is shredded and recycled Drop-off Monday-Friday between 8 am and 2 pm Phone: (304) 983-7223 Website
Accepted at PACE: - Office paper (staples, clips and envelopes do not have to be removed) - Colored paper
Not accepted at PACE: - Newspaper - Magazines - Paper with embellishments
If you have gently used furniture and other home goods, consider donating it to a thrift store. This can extend the life of the product instead of sending it to a landfill. Donating items also reduces the need to use virgin materials, creates more jobs in our local economy, provides inexpensive furnishing options, and proceeds from many thrift stores go towards helping charitable causes. Below is a list of stores at which to donate gently used items. Also consider donating to non-profits and churches with programs to help people in need.
If you have curbside recycling at your residence, you can call Republic Services at 304-366-8900 to schedule a special bulk item pick-up. Bulk item pick-up occurs on the same day as your regular trash pick-up. Please verify with Republic Services that your bulk item pick-up is eligible and ask about any guidelines to ensure proper and safe pick-up of your bulk item(s).
What is considered a bulk item?
A bulk item is either too large or too heavy to be safely and conveniently loaded into the residential solid waste collection vehicles by the personnel available. This often includes large pieces of furniture such as bed frames, mattresses, couches, etc. If an item is too big to go with your regular trash, please call Republic Services to schedule a bulk item pick-up.