- Associated Press - Friday, October 17, 2014

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) - A three-day conference is set to focus on recycling, re-use and sustainability.

Officials say the 2014 West Virginia Educational Conference on Litter Control and Solid Waste Management is scheduled to begin Sunday in Huntington.

The event is sponsored by the Association of West Virginia Solid Waste Authorities and the state Department of Environmental Protection.

Officials say nearly 200 participants are expected to attend, including municipal, county and state officials, as well as representatives from West Virginia’s county solid waste authorities.

Sessions are scheduled to include topics such as dealing with meth lab waste, legislation and community outreach programs.

Attendees also will hear from Black Dog Salvage. The Roanoke, Virginia-based architectural salvage warehouse has been featured on a television called “Salvage Dawgs.”

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