MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Eastern Panhandle residents can sell as much as 10 free coins on Saturday as part of a base collection event used at the South Berkeley Recycling Center.
Spring gathering event, which will be from 9 a.m. to 5 pm. at 637 Pilgrim St. in Inwood, W.Va, run by the Berkeley County (W.Va.) Solid Waste Authority in conjunction with the West Department of Environmental Protection.
The event is open to all residents of West Virginia who hold a valid driving license. The 10 basis limit per license will be strictly enforced, according to news releases from the solid waste authority.
Non-West Virginia residents, waste cleaners and businesses are not allowed to take part in them.
Tires do not need to be removed, and all coins will be inspected. The solid waste authority and the environmental department reserve the right to refuse any feed that is not considered acceptable.
Tires accepted for disposal to monofill tires shall be conducted in Lewis County, W.Va.
The recycling center will also accept non-tire metal vehicle rims for recycling.
Approximately 10,500 coins were adopted in 2018 as part of the collection efforts, according to Clint Hogbin, chair of the solid waste authority.
For more information, call the solid waste authority at 304-267-9370 or at the South Berkeley Recycling Center at 304-671-2925.
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