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Learn how you can dispose of less common recyclable items.
Electronic property at the end of its usable life should go through WVU’s surplus property system. Items that are not sold through surplus are recycled through a third-party vendor.
WVU is hosting a free electronics recycling event on Friday, March 23, 2018 from 8 am to 2 pm in the Coliseum Parking Lot. https://calendar.wvu.edu/event/free-electronics-recycling-collection/
WVU has four textile bins open for 24/7 recycling of clothing and linens.
WVU recycles large metal items generated in its operations, such as renovation and construction. Many furniture items that contain metal can be recycled as well, but are subject to WVU surplus guidelines.Make a metal pick-up request
Alkaline: High-volume users may request a pickup via work order once they have collected about a gallon-size jug worth of batteries. UPS’s/Battery
Back-Ups: WVU recycles battery back-ups for IT departments. Pick-ups can be scheduled via Environmental Health & Safety.Request a Battery pick-up
Departments can request toner and ink cartridge recycling by calling 304-293-9500 once they have filled a banker box size full of contents.
Office of Sustainability
975 Rawley Lane | P.O. Box 6555
Morgantown, WV 26506-5555
Phone: 304.293.7916 | Fax: 304.293.7156