Recycling Program

Over the past few years, Fayetteville has taken the initiative to Go Green!  If you haven’t already, we hope that you will join with us to make a difference! Take your recyclables to the bins at one of two convenient locations (Ben Franklin’s or Wal-Mart).   For more information call  (304)574-0917 or town hall, (304)574-0101



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The Mountain Pride Litter Sweep is sponsored by

New River Gorge Regional Development Authority



April 12, 2014

Keep America Beautiful


Great American Cleanup

Fayetteville and Fayette County

1st Annual Community Wide Cleanup

The Town of Fayetteville employees collected on Friday, April 11th and Saturday April 12th at the Fayetteville Town Park from 8:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. from the two day event the following totals.

Recycled metal and appliances  3.51 Tons

Total Trash Collect in four Roll-off Boxes 7.88 Tons

The following number of people participated in the event from the following areas in Fayette County: 101 people



Fayetteville 81

Gate wood Road-3


Oak Hill-12

Total amounts cleaned up in this weekend event 11.39 Tons

The Town of Fayetteville and the WVDEP/CED Grant Sponsored Event at Lowes on Saturday, April 19th, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. had 400 people participate from Fayette County and recycled 27.5 Tons of televisions, computers and electronics.

The Total Tonnage removed and Recycled from both events 38.89 Tons

The Total number of participants 501 people from Fayette County.

Thanks to everyone who made a difference in making Fayetteville and Fayette County a Solid Green and Clean Community. Thank You Fayette County Commission and the Fayette County Solid Waste Authority for your sponsorship.

Phone 304.574.0917

May 2, 2013

Working to Keep Fayetteville Beautiful

Members of the Fayetteville Woman’s Club and Lowe’s of Fayetteville sponsor the youth flower garden located next to the Hewitt and Salvatore Law Firm on Court Street in downtown Fayetteville. Each year the members of the Fayetteville Woman’s Club partner with the Fayetteville Lowe’s store manager Craig Clemens and work with our local youth to maintain the youth flower garden that was established on Earth Day 2007. This is the sixth year of the garden and the youth that participated in the flower planting are from the Fayetteville United Methodist Church’s after school program and their teachers Mary Moses and Peggy Rogers. Members of the Fayetteville Woman’s Club that participated in the weeding, flower planting and mulching are Delores Nelson, President and Members Nancy McKown and Annita Lanham.

January 9, 2015    PRESS RELEASE                                                                                                

Bill Lanham, Superintendent

The Town of Fayetteville Receives a $75,000.00 Recycling Grant

The Town of Fayetteville was awarded a $75,000.00 Recycling Grant by the West Virginia Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan and division of the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Cabinet Secretary Randy Huffman and REAP Director Danny Haught presented the Grant Award to Bill Lanham, Fayetteville Town Superintendent and Fayetteville Mayor James Akers on December 16th in a ceremony in Charleston. Superintendent Bill Lanham presented the Recycling Grant Award at the Fayetteville town council meeting on January 8, 2015. West Virginia’s Department of Environmental Protection Cabinet Secretary stated that the Town of Fayetteville had excelled in its Keep America Beautiful program of “Keeping Fayetteville Beautiful” in Litter Reduction and increasing its recycling program. The Town of Fayetteville is very deserving of this Grant award we need to continue to invest in recycling programs that are successful and provide a wonderful service to the residents and businesses in their communities. The Town of Fayetteville is a “Great” example of the values all communities throughout West Virginia should strive to promote in their communities. The Grant Funding will provide for Paving at the Fayetteville Recycling Center, Wages for the Recycling Center employee and funding for attendance to the Annual West Virginia Solid Waste and Recycling Conference. The Town of Fayetteville has four (4) convenient drop off locations; Walmart at the Fayette Town Center, Ben Franklin Parking Lot downtown, Studio B Parking Lot on Keller Avenue and The Fayetteville Recycling Center off Gatewood Road in Fayetteville. The Town Accepts Cardboard boxes that are “Broken Down”, Newspapers, Magazines, Office Paper and Bi-Metal cans that are cleaned before placed in the Recycling Bins. Businesses can arrange for weekly Recycling collection by calling 304-574-0917 for weekly service.

Our Fourth Annual Appliance Recycle Clean up is scheduled

On April 21 & 22, 2017 at 8-3 at Reynolds Street








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Keep Fayette County Beautiful!

For more info, contact Superintendent Bill Lanham at 304-574-0101

Keep America Beautiful Award