Renewing your fob for the 2022-2023 Program Year covers service through September 30, 2023 (Our program year runs 10-01-2022 to 09-30-2023)
The monthly rate for the 2022 - 2023 Program Year is $5.79 per month. The price is prorated and adjusted at the beginning of each new month.
Fobs renewed in May and June cost $23.16
Fobs expire each year on September 30th and will not open the gate. While the fob is rendered useless, it can still be reprogrammed at a later date, so we urge you--do not throw it away.
Replacement fobs are $8 ($5 for the fob plus $3 shipping)
To RENEW choose ONE of the following methods:
PayPal: Pay with PayPal by clicking the BUY NOW button below. This option takes you to a secure site to make payment. PayPal charges a small fee ($2.25) for the transaction for a grand total of $25.41 You can use credit or debit cards through the PayPal button as well.
**Please note: Before clicking the Buy Now button to complete the transaction, enter the number off the back of your fob in the space provided. *If you cannot read/find the fob number, please enter your name and address instead. We should be able to locate the fob number. If we experience an issue we will notify you via the email provided on your PayPal receipt.
Pay with a check or money order: To pay by check or money order, download a renewal form (blue button below) or pick one up at the entrance gate to the Virginia Avenue Recycling Center (in the weatherproof box). Mail completed forms to:
CCSWA Fob Renewal
PO Box 729
Barboursville, WV 25504
Deactivated fobs may experience a delay of up to 5 days to be reactivated.
Renew your recycling fob for the 2022-2023 Program Year
*The form may not print completely/accurately from a mobile phone. Forms are also available at the entry gate of the Huntington site.
List of accepted items at the recycling center:
Glass Bottles & Jars (all colors)
Metal Cans: Aluminum cans, steel cans and lids, empty aerosol cans with the lids and tips removed
Plastic Bottles (empty, crush, reattach lid): Bottles and jugs that have a small mouth and wider base, such as milk jugs, soda bottles, laundry detergent bottles, water bottles, shampoo bottles and contact solution bottles
Paper: newspaper, magazines, cardboard, mixed office paper and envelopes, paperboard (cereal boxes), pizza boxes free of food debris and grease, telephone books and catalogs
Cartons: food and beverage cartons, such as milk, juice, soup, wine, broth and other cartons.
Mix all items together – no separation required
Empty all bottles, jugs and cans
No need to remove labels
For plastic bottles, empty, crush and reattach lids
For cartons, remove plastic caps and straws
NEVER place medical sharps or needles in the recycling.