MORGANTOWN — The county’s recycling program has been extended through the coming fiscal year.

While there will be no impact to those using the service, the commission did approve some changes — most notably a per-haul rate increase for Republic Services, one of the county’s recycling partners.

County recycling has three components.

From 7 a.m.- 11 a.m. on the first four Saturdays each month (excluding holidays), residents can drop off single-stream recyclables for free in the Hornbeck Road Wal-mart parking lot.

From 7 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, household single-stream recyclables can be dropped off at the Westover City Building, on DuPont Road.

Source-separated recyclables can be dropped off seven days a week at Mason-Dixon Historical Park and the Arnettsville Community Association. The Marion County Solid Waste Authority oversees those sites.

Starting July 1, the county will pay Republic $235 for each container hauled during the Saturday collections. That amount is up from the current rate of $220 per trip.