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Tire Collection Event

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Jul 15, 2017
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9 am to 3 pm


"Road To Recycling"

Rio Grande Valley Regional Tire Collection Project

"Road To Recycling" UPDATE:

The "Road to Recycling" Regional Tire Collection Project" was successfully initiated on Saturday, June 24th collecting over 7,000 tires at 30 sites across the Valley.

"Round 2" of the "Road to Recycling" Regional Tire Collection Project" will occur on Saturday, July 15th.


Collection site map for July 15th tire dropoff locations available on Monday, July 10th.

For additional information, please call LRGVDC at (956) 682-3481

 Illegally dumped tires is a huge problem for the entire Lower Rio Grande Valley, but together we can all join the "Road to Recycling" and provide a safer and cleaner environment!

 To help address this issue, the Counties of Cameron, Hidalgo and Willacy and many cities throughout our region have partnered together with the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council to bring you the "Road to Recycling" Regional Tire Collection Project.

 Road to Recycling Project Details:

Project launches Saturday, June 24th, 2017

Event will feature over 25 tire drop-off locations throughout the Rio Grande Valley (*please refer to map for locations)

Cameron, Hidalgo & Willacy County residents may drop off up to 4 tires per person (*proof of RGV residency may include utility bill, driver's license, etc)

For additional information and collections sites, click here or call (956) 682-3481

Click here to learn more about the harmful impacts of illegal tire dumping

Volunteers will collect tires throughout the tri-county region.

Tools required: gloves.


Get Connected Icon Volunteers should be between the ages of 18 and 120.
Get Connected Icon Register by Jul 29, 2017
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