E-Waste Management

This website was created by the West Virginia Solid Waste Management Board to provide the people of West Virginia and the state’s solid waste managers with the information necessary to facilitate the environmentally sound management of end of life electronics in compliance with WV Code §22-15A-22(e)

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2002 -2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 TOTALS

Amandi, Inc.1

28 208.1             236.1

Barbour SWA

          20     20.0

Berkeley SWA

20.3 8.98 26.05   37 56.8 159.4   308.5
Braxton/DEP REAP             11.4   11.4

Brooke SWA

          26 13.9   39.9

Cabell Co. Best Buy

    7.7           7.7

Calhoun SWA

          9.3 3.0   12.3
Fayetteville/REAP             17.0   17.0

Greenbrier SWA

  9.8   23.8   55     88.6

Gladesville Community Assoc.

          22.62 21.5   44.1

Hancock SWA

59.2 12.7 18.03 20.62 23.34 14.39 19.0   167.28

Harrison SWA

68 34 34 21 45.94   67.3   270.2
Jackson SWA             1.4   1.4

Jefferson SWA

          12.09 30   42.09

Kanawha SWA

23.3         45.7 250.5   319.5
Kingwood, City of             19.6   19.6
Lincoln SWA             9.5   9.5
Logan, WV             25.0   25.0

WV DEP & SWMB

  16.62             16.6

Marion SWA

  12.65             12.7

Marion & Mon Co SWAs

    3.5           3.5

Marshall SWA

  6.07     6.69 7.38 7.5 18.6 46.2

McDowell SWA

          9.98 7.6 10.7 28.3
Mercer SWA             46.0   46.0

Monroe SWA

          7.2 8.0   15.2

Morgan SWA

        15.15 21.37 24.1   60.6

Monongalia SWA

52.7 7.5 11.7 6.56 6.88   57.6 41.5 184.4

Mon. Co. Best Buy

  7.12             7.1

Mon. United Way

          6.96     7.0

NCER

    7.47           7.5

Ohio SWA

8.4   23.59 21.3   27.12 19.8   100.2

Parkersburg, City of

16               16.0

PC Renewal4

3 296.6 408 668.9 278.9       1,655.40
Pleasants SWA/Momentive             25.3   25.3

Pocahontas SWA

          11     11.0

Putnam SWA

  7.6 19.14 28.04 46.96 40 40.0   181.7

Raleigh SWA

29.1           133.3   162.4
Region 8 SWA             68.3 83.4 151.7

Ritchie SWA

    4.64     7.4     12.0
REAP - Charleston               35.0 35.0
REAP - Franklin               10.3 10.3

Taylor SWA

  2.58             2.6

Upshur SWA

  7.38             7.4

Waste Management2

34 5             39.0
Wayne SWA             13.5   13.5
WVU College               1.8 1.8

WVU Hospital

            3.9   3.9
WVU NASA               2.02 2.02

WVU3

480 120       8.27 7.6 5.97 621.9

Wood SWA

  24.81 31.47           56.3

Totals

822.0 787.5 595.3 790.2 460.9 408.6 1,111.0 209.3 5,184.8

1  Amandi's tonnage was reported on 7/15/06. The 208.1 tons reported for Amandi were collected, for the most part, from out-of-state sources and processed for recycling at the Amandi facility in Davisville, WV.

2  Estimated - information obtained from Susan McCloud, Wood Co. SWA.

3  Esitmated - information obtained from Laura Stiller, Monongalia Co. SWA.  WVU entered into an agreement with PC Renewal for the recycling of WVU obsolete electronics. 

4  PC Renewal's total for 2007 was 486.89.  This amount was reduced by 78 tons to avoid double counting.  The firm managed events from Hancock, Harrison, Monongalia, Marion and Ohio counties in 2007.  PC Renewal's total for 2008 was 779.6.  This was adjusted to reflect 110.7 tons reported by various West Virginia Solid Waste Authorities processed by PC Renewal.

5. It should be noted that no reporting requirements exist for recycling in West Virginia. All figures in the above table were reported voluntarily.


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CONTACTS
For information on SB 398 and the landfill ban on electronics, stakeholders meetings and general information on e-waste planning and e-Cycling:

Carol Throckmorton

304-926-0448, e 1671
Phil Mann
304-926-0448, e 1674
Nicole Hunter
304-926-0448, e 1116
 
For information on the Covered Electronic Devices Grant program, manufacture registration and compliance,  and general information on e-Cycling:
Sandy Rogers
304-926-0499, e 1004
Lisa Facemyer
800-322-5530
Niki Davis
304-926-0499, 1269

WV Solid Waste Management Board
601 57th Street, SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Phone: 304-926-0448
Fax: 304-926-0472
Toll Free: 866-568-6649
URL: www.state.wv.us/swmb