REAP- The Next Generation


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The Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan strives to clean up West Virginia and rid the state of unsightly litter. The REAP- The Next Generation initiative harbors all of the state cleanup programs within the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection. REAP is a powerful force in the campaign against illegal dumping and littering.

REAP focuses on cleanup efforts from both program staff and volunteers statewide. In a unique partnership, the program empowers citizens to take ownership of their communities by providing technical, financial, and resource assistance in cleanup efforts.

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Upcoming Events:

2015 Adopt-A-Highway Fall Cleanup
September 26, 2015

To register your group, or for more information, call 1-800-322-5530.


REAP In The News:

26th Great Kanawha River Cleanup Conducted


On Saturday, September 5th, the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan (REAP) sponsored the 26th Annual Great Kanawha River Cleanup. Over 100 eager volunteers turned out to help clean up five sites along the river from Gauley Bridge to Winfield, removing more than two tons of litter and debris.

If you want to be part of next year’s Great Kanawha River Cleanup, or just learn more about REAP’s volunteer programs, contact us at 1-800-322-5530 or by email at


DEP Approves 23 Applicants for

Covered Electronic Device Recycling Grants


CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection has approved more than $177,000 in grant funding to 23 applicants for the Covered Electronic Device (CED) Recycling Program.

Established in 2008 under the DEP’s Rehabilitation Environmental Action Plan (REAP), the CED program requires that manufacturers register their brands with the state. The fees collected from this program allow counties and municipalities to apply for CED grants to conduct electronic collection events and support ongoing collection programs.

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