Curly Light Bulb Disposal

Posted June 8th, 2011

To properly dispose of light bulbs, carefully wrap the bulb with duct tape before placing in your trash for collection.  This will help prevent sharp objects from harming you and our employees.

To better ensure safety, place duct wrapped bulbs in a hard, plastic container or a heavy, corrugated cardboard box and securely tape shut.

Seasonal Storms

Posted April 29th, 2011

Mother nature is powerful and uncontrollable! Please remember this when trying to visit our website and/or trying to use our online bill pay feature. Recent storms have been playing havoc on our servers and equipment that support these customer features. Even small surges from electrical storms can cause unknown equipment failure.

In the event these features are temporarily unavailable, Envirco will make every effort to restore all functionality the next business day. Our customers are our lifeline. So, contact us if you experience any problems with our website and/or our online bill pay system, especially after a thunder and lightning storm.

E-Waste

Posted December 16th, 2010

Effective January 1, 2011, E-Waste is banned from disposal in West Virginia landfills.

What is E-Waste?  Televisions, computers or video display devices with a screen that is greater than four inches (4″) diagonally will no longer be disposed of in West Virginia landfills.

For additional information and resources:  www.state.wv.us/swmb/ewaste  or call 304-926-0448.

eChecking Available

Posted November 24th, 2010

What is eChecking?  eChecking is a form of payment that uses your bank checking or savings account to make payments.  It is simple and easy to use.  Try it! 

Customers may also choose to enroll in one reoccurring payment option, either eChecking or Credit/Debit card.  Simply click “Yes, Sign me up” on your Payment Confirmation page.  The choice is yours.

Customers should allow seven (7) business days when using the eCheck feature for their form of payment.

Reoccurring Payments Available

Posted November 5th, 2010

The Reoccurring Payments feature of our Online Bill Payment system is available.  

To enroll is simple:   just check the box to Save your payment information and then click “Yes, Sign me up” on your  Payment Confirmation page.  The choice is yours!

Reoccurring payments are processed on the 5th of each month.  

To unsubscribe, you must contact our office.

Please Note:  Customers have the option to choose one reoccurring payment feature:  either via eChecking or Credit/Debit card.

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