FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CORRECTION: The original release listed the dates of the program as May 8-21, but the correct dates are May 2-15.
Student Move-Out Dumpster Program Begins May 2
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Republic Services, in collaboration with the City of Morgantown and West Virginia University, will hold its annual student move-out dumpster program from Monday, May 2 through Sunday, May 15.
One or more 30-yard dumpsters will be placed at the following locations:
- Beverly Avenue;
- Brockway Avenue;
- Garrison Avenue;
- Grant Avenue;
- McLane Avenue;
- Willey Street;
The annual program is intended for WVU students living in University housing areas that have an active and fully paid account with Republic Services. The program provides students to responsibly dispose of unwanted items.
The cleanup is not intended for student’s living in commercial dwellings and is not to be used by any landlords operating commercial identified housing. Landlords can, for a fee, contact Republic Services to make arrangements for extra collection.
For more information regarding the student move-out dumpster program, including a list of accepted items, please visit morgantownwv.gov/studentmoveout.
Republic Services encourages students to donate belongings to the Blue and Gold Mine Sale. The proceeds from this sale benefit the United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties. Collection begins Monday, May 2 through Wednesday, May 11 at the following locations:
- All WVU Residence Halls (for student use only);
- Chateau Royale;
- Top of Falling Run Road;
- Area 81 - Mountaineer Station Parking Lot;
- Grant Avenue near Summit Hall;
The Blue and Gold Mine Sale will take place at the East Concourse of Milan Puskar Stadium on Saturday, May 14. For more information, including a list of acceptable items to donate and the event schedule, visit bluegoldmine.wvu.edu