"Road To Recycling" UPDATE:  This Saturday's collection date has been re-scheduled to September 9, 2017 due to the high probability of rain.   The "Road to Recycling" Regional Tire Collection Project" was another huge success on Saturday, July 15th collecting over 10,000 tires at 30 sites across the Valley.  That makes over 17,000 tires collected between the June and July events!  LRGVDC is planning another collection day for August 26, 2017.  The site collection map will be available August 21, 2017.     Let's continue to clean up our City!!!  Drop off your used tires for FREE during the Road to Recycling campaign.  The July 15th San Benito dropoff location remains the same:  26945 FM 510 (also known as San Jose Ranch Rd), and will be open from 9 am to 3 pm this Saturday, July 15, 2017.  They will accept up to 4 tires per person at NO CHARGE with proof of residency (such as driver license or water bill). More information about the project may be found at http://www.lrgvdc.org/roadtorecycling.html. Additional dropoff sites in Cameron, Hidalgo, and Willacy Counties may be found at http://www.lrgvdc.org/downloads/TIRE_COLLECTION_SITES_170710.pdf.

"Road To Recycling" UPDATE: 

This Saturday's collection date has been re-scheduled to September 9, 2017 due to the high probability of rain.

 

The "Road to Recycling" Regional Tire Collection Project" was another huge success on Saturday, July 15th collecting over 10,000 tires at 30 sites across the Valley.  That makes over 17,000 tires collected between the June and July events!  LRGVDC is planning another collection day for August 26, 2017.  The site collection map will be available August 21, 2017.

 

 

Let's continue to clean up our City!!!  Drop off your used tires for FREE during the Road to Recycling campaign.  The July 15th San Benito dropoff location remains the same:  26945 FM 510 (also known as San Jose Ranch Rd), and will be open from 9 am to 3 pm this Saturday, July 15, 2017.  They will accept up to 4 tires per person at NO CHARGE with proof of residency (such as driver license or water bill). More information about the project may be found at http://www.lrgvdc.org/roadtorecycling.html.

Additional dropoff sites in Cameron, Hidalgo, and Willacy Counties may be found at http://www.lrgvdc.org/downloads/TIRE_COLLECTION_SITES_170710.pdf.

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