Virginia 2011 REAP Recycling Grants awarded
West Virginia Department of Environmental
Protection awarded grants worth over $1.55 million to 36 recipients
through the REAP (Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan) Recycling
Assistance Grants program.
Grants were awarded to state solid waste authorities, county
commissions, municipalities, private industries and nonprofit
Funding for the Recycling Assistance Program is generated through
the $1 assessment fee per ton of solid waste disposed at in-state
Following are some of the grant recipients:
- AW Recycling – $30,000 – To purchase a used recycling truck
for the ongoing recycling operation.
- Berkeley County Solid Waste Authority – $98,000 – To purchase
a fork lift, road trailers and safety dock plates for e-cycling
and recycling center upgrades for the ongoing countywide program.
- Village of Beech Bottom – $9,800 – To purchase a receptacle
trailer for the recycling program.
- Adams Trucking and Supply $75,000 – To purchase a glass
recycling system for a new recycling operation.
- Eaves Recycling – $50,000 – To assist with the purchase
of a granulator for the recycling operation.
- Goodwill Industries of KYOWVA – $67,899 – To purchase a
rollback truck and commercial recycling containers for the current
- Town of Fayetteville – $66,500 – To purchase a new truck,
down stroke baler and provide support for the ongoing program.
- Clarksburg Scrap Metals – $18,050 – To purchase a shear
and wire stripper and provide support for the current recycling
- Jackson County Solid Waste Authority – $135,000 – To purchase
a recycling trailer and conveyor, to assist with personnel and
provide support for the ongoing countywide program.
- City of Charleston – $102,770 – To purchase a recycling
vehicle and provide support for the current citywide program.
- Recycling Coalition of WV – $42,500 – To assist with America
- Lincoln County Solid Waste Authority – $25,500 – To assist
with personnel and provide support for the ongoing countywide
- City of Bluefield – $11,938 – To assist with personnel
and provide support for the ongoing citywide program.
- Harold’s Refuse Removal – $33,055 – To purchase a lift
trailer, dumping bin and roll-off boxes and to provide support
for the current recycling operation.