School Tours

The BCSWA is always proud to offer tours of its Grapevine Road Recycling enter. Contact us today for more details.

Free Litter and Recycling Educational Programs Offered

Attention teachers, civic groups, home owner associations, 4-H clubs, Scouts, FFA Chapters, churches and watershed organizations! The Berkeley County Solid Waste Authority is pleased to announce that the WV-DEP has hired  Ms. Harmony Dressler as the regional Public Information Specialist . She will administer the West Virginia Youth Environmental Program, Adopt-A-Highway Program and the Make It Shine Program for the counties of Berkeley, Morgan, Jefferson, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Mineral and Pendleton Counties. Ms. Dressler is willing to assist schools and other organizations who are interested in enhancing the knowledge of youth to become a good steward of our natural resources. Her program creates an interest and enthusiasm for preserving our natural resources through educational programs for recycling and litter control. In addition, Ms. Dressler can recruit volunteers to help maintain the cleanliness of our highways, streams and parks. Clint R. Hogbin, Chairman of the Berkeley County Solid Waste Authority, expressed the Board's appreciation to the WV-DEP for filling this important position. He notes that Ms. Dressler's activities will close a missing gap in the growing arsenal of recycling, litter control and other solid waste programs available to Berkeley County residents.

Should you have additional questions or interest in the West Virginia Youth Environmental Program, Adopt-A-Highway Program or the Make It Shine Program, please feel free to contact Mrs. Carroll at 304-515-0071 or by email at

Spring Mills Middle School:


Ms. Adam's Spring Mills Middle School Science Class braved the wind today, December 12, 2012, and spent an hour touring GVRC today. Today's students are recyclers of tomorrow!

Little Eagle Day Care

Little Eagle Day Care returns, July 14, 2011, for another tour at Grapevine Road Recycling Center.