Marion County set to resume recycling operations on June 1


FARMINGTON, W.Va. – The Marion County Solid Waste Authority reduced much of its recycling operations, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in late April.

While the authority removed drop-off containers from many locations around the county, the main Recycling Center in Farmington has remained open to the public. Cardboard, newspaper/magazines/office paper, aluminum and steel cans and #1 & #2 plastics can be dropped off 24/7, officials said. Glass, tires and electronics are not being accepted at this time.

Other drop-off sites will re-open on June 1:

  • Barrackville Post Office
  • Monongah Town Hall
  • East Marion Park
  • Toothman and Sowers Ford in White Hall
  • Fairview Dollar Store
  • Arnettsville Public Library, on Rt. 19 in Monongalia County

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