2014 REAP Recycling Assistance Grants awarded

12/5/2013
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Cabinet Secretary Randy Huffman awarded grants worth $2 million to 40 recipients today through the REAP (Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan) Recycling Assistance Grants program.

Secretary Huffman presented the 2014 grants during a ceremony at the DEP’s Charleston headquarters. Grants were awarded to state solid waste authorities, county commissions, municipalities, private industries and nonprofit organizations.

Funding for the grant program is generated through the $1 assessment fee per ton of solid waste disposed at in-state landfills and is provided by West Virginia Code 22-15A-19(h) (1).

Following are the grant recipients:

BARBOUR COUNTY
Barbour County Solid Waste Authority $51,920
To purchase recycling trailers, safety equipment and to assist with personnel and building improvements for the ongoing county-wide program.

BOONE COUNTY
Boone County Solid Waste Authority $52,080
To purchase fuel for recycling trucks, baling wire, promotional items, recycling bags, office supplies and to assist with personnel, utilities and conference attendance for the ongoing county-wide program.

BROOKE COUNTY
Brooke County Solid Waste Authority $84,619.36
To assist with personnel, transportation costs, utilities, truck maintenance, conference attendance and to purchase fuel, recycling supplies and roll-offs for the ongoing county-wide program.

CABELL COUNTY
Marshall University Sustainability Department $34,200.99
To purchase an industrial paper shredder, installation and training for shredder and to assist with student collection wages for the university’s recycling program.

CALHOUN COUNTY
Calhoun County Solid Waste Authority $37,865
To assist with personnel, equipment maintenance, household battery recycling, crane inspection, utilities and to purchase fuel and rearview camera system on the box truck for the ongoing county-wide program.

GRANT COUNTY
Region VIII Solid Waste Authority $140,000
To assist with the construction of two metal buildings for recycling at both transfer stations.

HANCOCK COUNTY
Hancock County Solid Waste Authority $25,000
To assist with personnel at the recycling center for the county’s program.

KANAWHA COUNTY
Belle, Town of $3,000
To purchase folding recycle bag stands, recycle bags and recycle bins for the town’s program.

Charleston East End Main Street $27,470
To purchase solar powered recycling compactors for a new recycling initiative.

Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha and Putnam Counties $44,551
To purchase a fork truck, fuel and to assist with personnel and supplies for the latex paint recycling program.

University of Charleston $20,793.99
To purchase a utility vehicle with trailer and a dump trailer for current truck, including fuel and maintenance for the campus-wide recycling program.

MARION COUNTY
Marion County Solid Waste Authority $148,865.75
To purchase a horizontal baler with conveyor, vertical baler, platform scales, skidsteer and hooklift recycling containers for a new recycling center.

Northern Mountain State Metals $75,000
To purchase a horizontal baler for the ongoing recycling operation.

MASON COUNTY
Mason County Solid Waste Authority $54,248.52
To assist with personnel and to purchase a recycling truck and fuel for the ongoing county-wide program.

MINERAL COUNTY
Potomac State College of WVU $7,829.87
To purchase recycling containers, promotional items, weight scale, fuel, advertising and bags for the campus-wide program.

MINGO COUNTY
Mountain State Tire Recycling $71,020
To purchase a refurbished hydraulic power unit with freight, hook cutters and hydraulic fluid for a tire shredder for the ongoing operation.

MONONGALIA COUNTY
Monongalia County Solid Waste Authority $99,500
To purchase 20-yard recycling containers and legal advertising for the ongoing county-wide program.

MONROE COUNTY
Monroe County Solid Waste Authority $88,350
To purchase a recycling truck with an aluminum bed, two portable recycling trailers and to assist with personnel for the ongoing county-wide program.

MORGAN COUNTY
Morgan County Solid Waste Authority $24,880
To assist with personnel, cardboard hauling and to purchase operating supplies, safety clothing and education materials for the county-wide program.

OHIO COUNTY
Ohio County Solid Waste Authority $12,650
To assist with advertising for the ongoing recycling program.

West Liberty University $24,760
To purchase recycling storage buildings, recycling containers, a utility vehicle, bags and scales for the campus-wide recycling program.

Wheeling Area Training Center for the Handicapped $54,250
To purchase a vertical baler, recycling containers, gloves, recycling cube trucks, tilt trucks with lids and to assist with personnel and advertising for the recycling operation.

PLEASANTS COUNTY
Pleasants County Commission $6,185
To purchase recycling containers and legal advertising for a new recycling initiative.

Pleasants County Solid Waste Authority $114,300
To purchase recycling trailers, vehicle maintenance and fuel, legal advertising and to assist with personnel, operating expenses and equipment maintenance for the ongoing county-wide program.

POCAHONTAS COUNTY
Pocahontas County Solid Waste Authority $29,711.36
To assist with the county recycling contract and transportation costs, recycling advertising, pamphlets, promotional items and conference attendance for the ongoing county-wide program.

PRESTON COUNTY
Kingwood, City of $25,695.92
To purchase recycling bins and tires for the truck and skidsteer for the city-wide program.

PUTNAM COUNTY
Putnam County Solid Waste Authority $16,000
To assist with recycling transportation, mobile home recycling and advertising for the ongoing county-wide program.

RALEIGH COUNTY
Beckley Garbage Disposal $42,000
To purchase a truck with special bed and hoist for the pallet/white goods recycling operation.

RANDOLPH COUNTY
Elkins, City of $20,950
To assist with recycling service collection, conference attendance and to purchase indoor/outdoor recycling containers, bags, educational and advertising materials for a new recycling initiative.

SUMMERS COUNTY
Summers County Solid Waste Authority $21,046.70
To assist with personnel, conference attendance, vehicle fuel and maintenance, advertising and to purchase scales, recycling bags and tires for the recycling trailers for the ongoing county-wide program.

TAYLOR COUNTY
Refuse Control Systems $63,731.25
To purchase a baler with transportation and installation costs for the ongoing operation.

RRHAMCO $75,000
To purchase a recycling truck for the ongoing operation.

TUCKER COUNTY
Sunrise Sanitation $53,955.50
To purchase drop-off containers and pre-bale holding bins with shipping and freight for the ongoing operation.

Tucker County Solid Waste Authority $100,000
To purchase a tub grinder for a new recycling initiative.

UPSHUR COUNTY
Upshur County Solid Waste Authority $6,270
To assist with the paper shred event, conference attendance, school “bounty” program, telephone costs and promotional items for the ongoing county-wide program.

WETZEL COUNTY
Wetzel County Solid Waste Authority $25,000
To purchase fuel, insurance and maintenance for the recycling truck, recycling containers, advertising, tires for truck and trailers and to assist with driver wages for the ongoing county-wide program.

WIRT COUNTY
Wirt County Solid Waste Authority $33,063
To assist with personnel, contracted transportation, equipment maintenance, conference attendance and to purchase gaylord boxes and tires for the forklift and trailer for the ongoing county-wide program.

WOOD COUNTY
Latrobe Street Mission $75,000
To assist with personnel, travel for training, telephone cost, utilities, advertising, equipment maintenance and to purchase a downstroke baler with freight, baling supplies, a box truck, a forklift and fuel for a new recycling initiative.

Quality Sanitation $36,531
To purchase a side dump recycling trailer for the ongoing operation.

Wood County Solid Waste Authority $20,089
To purchase multi-stream recycling containers and mixed recycling containers for the ongoing county-wide program.

Contact:

Tom Aluise
304-926-0499
Thomas.J.Aluise@wv.gov
 

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