REAP- The Next Generation


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Since 2005, the Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan strives to clean up West Virginia and rid the state of unsightly litter. The REAP- The Next Generation initiative harbors all of the state cleanup programs within the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. REAP is a powerful force in the campaign against illegal dumping and littering.

REAP focuses on cleanup efforts from both program staff and volunteers statewide. In a unique partnership, the program empowers citizens to take ownership of their communities by providing technical, financial, and resource assistance in cleanup efforts.

The program derives its authority from the A. James Manchin Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan, pursuant to WV State Code §22-15A (

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File an Open Dump Complaint Click here to submit an open dump report to DEP officials and PPOD personnel to help with the location of dump sites and prosecution of violators.

Attention: WV citizens and retailers - Click here for a list of electronic takeback programs and compliant manufacturers.

Upcoming Events:

Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Cleanup

The Adopt-A-Highway Program will be having its annual Fall Statewide Cleanup on September 29th, 2018. Everyone is encouraged to participate and Volunteers will receive a free gift. Please call 1-800-322-5530 by September 21st to register your group.

Free Day at the Landfill

Most public landfills in West Virginia will offer days where residents can bring their rubbish without having to pay tipping fees. Check with your local Solid Waste Authority for more information.


 REAP In The News:

Adopt-A-Highway Announces 2018 Volunteer Awards

The WVDEP’s Adopt-A-Highway Program, in conjunction with the Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan (REAP), hosted the Volunteer Appreciation Picnic Saturday at Stonewall Resort.

AAH Coordinator Kim Smith presented Danny Montgomery, of Masontown, with the program’s Volunteer of the Year Award. Montgomery, who has been a member of the Midway Getters 4-H Club for 20 years, has been an integral part of the group’s cleanup efforts in his tenure -- having participated in over 60 cleanups.

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WVDEP Approves Covered Electronic
Device Recycling Grants

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s (WVDEP) Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan (REAP) has approved 11 applicants to receive a total of $96,903.25 in grant funding to recycle covered electronic devices (CED).

Established in 2008, the CED Program requires that manufacturers register their brands with the state. The fees collected from this program allow counties and municipalities to apply for CED grants to conduct electronic collection events and support ongoing collection programs.

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WVDEP-REAP Awards 2018 Recycling Grants


          Recipients across West Virginia receive share of $1.3 million in grant funding.

West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) Cabinet Secretary Austin Caperton announced today that 23 recipients will receive a share of $1.3 million in Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan (REAP) Recycling Assistance Grant funding.

Funding for the Recycling Assistance Grant Program is generated through the $1 assessment fee per ton of solid waste disposed at in-state landfills and is provided by WV Code 22-15A-19(h) (1)

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