Cabell County Solid Waste Authority

To see the location of the new recycling center, click the blue button below:

The Cabell County Solid Waste Authority has searched for the best way to provide the county with a sustainable recycling option. The current county sites that we maintain are expensive and hard to keep clean. 

We are therefore launching a new model.  The WV DEP has provided us with a grant that has allowed us to build secure sites that will be accessed only by those who purchase “memberships”.  We regret that there is a charge, but we had to develop a plan that was self-sustaining.

"Members” will purchase passes, in the form of key fobs, that will allow them to access the recycling sites and depose of their recyclables.The sites are gated and fenced with a sophisticated system that will allows patrons access during hours of operation. See our website for location(s) and posted hours of operation. The system is also equipped with cameras that will monitor the sites 24 hours/day 7 days/week.  

One Pass (key fob) per each household. This pass cannot be shared with other households.  
As of April 1st, 2018 a pass costs $37.50 and is valid until September 30, 2018.
Lost passes will be replaced at a charge of $10 each. Passes purchased after October will be prorated.

You have three options for ordering your recycling pass:

Option 1. Print the application at home to be mailed with your check or money order.  Simply download the application, follow the instructions and mail it to our PO Box. 

Option 2. Simply use PayPal to order your CCSWA recycling pass by using the Buy It Now button below.

Option 3. Pick up your recycling pass during operating hours at the recycling center.

The new recycling center is located at 800 Virginia Avenue Huntington WV at the old National Guard Armory.

List of accepted items at the new 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.

Recycling Tips:

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.