TIRE ROUND-UP IN LANDERS TOMORROW

TIRE ROUND-UP IN LANDERS TOMORROW

Last December, volunteers from the Landers Community Association partnered with County Code Enforcement in an all-out effort to remove mostly illegally dumped vehicle tires from rural roads, private properties, just about everywhere. So successful was that effort, tomorrow they’ll do it again. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has more…
Dubbed the “Greater Landers Monster Tire Round Up II,” organizers just yesterday announced their goal of matching December’s haul of approximately 800 tires. The announcement followed word from County Code Enforcement that tires with rims would be accepted. Association President Roxanna Shamay said it was great news because Saturday is the first time that those bringing tires with rims attached won’t be turned away. Saturday’s free tire round up is financed through a grant from CalRecycle, the state agency that oversees recycling. Tires collected will be turned into playground cover, building materials, erosion control, and alternative fuel. Electronic waste such as computers, printers, TVs, VCRs, cell phones, fax machines, stereos, and electronic games will also be accepted. Tomorrow’s round up is from 8 a.m. to noon at Homestead Valley Park on Belfield Blvd. in Landers. Tires must not exceed 12 inches wide by 44.5 inches high.

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