EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2022: A NEW LITTER CONTROL HOTLINE
Harrison County residents now have a new tool at their disposal thanks to The Harrison County Solid Waste Authority. A Litter Control HOTLINE has been created and will be active August 1st, 2022. This HOTLINE will make it easy to file a complaint and gives the public a helping hand in improving the quality of their county. This toll-free tip HOTLINE will be monitored and answered when possible, however, if the officer is unavailable, the public will have the option to leave detailed voice messages concerning their complaint. The number will be 304-677-1931. This is a big step forward in keeping Harrison County clean and litter free.
What Can You Do to Help?
Report illegal dumpsites and littering by calling 304-677-1931.
Report junk vehicles and/or abandoned homes directly to the Harrison County Planning Commission. Go to www.harrisoncountywv.com and click on 'Public Nuisance Complaint Form'.
Report the license number, location, time, and a description of any dangerously or unsecurely loaded truck.
Always carry a car litter bag in your vehicles. Bags are available from the Office of Conservation, Education, and Litter Control. You may also use a plastic shopping bag as a litter bag.
Encourage groups to join the Adopt-A-Highway Program sponsored by the Divisions of Highways and Natural Resources by adopting two or more miles of state maintained highway. For more information... call 1-800-322-5530 or email Niki Davis at DEP.AAH@wv.gov.
West Virginia Contact Information
Adopt A Highway
WVDEP - REAP
601 57th Street SE
Charleston, WV 25304
DNR Division of Natural Resources
Division of Law Enforcement
324 Fourth Ave
South Charleston, WV 25303