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Midland, Odessa Residents Invited to Celebrate Texas Recycle Day

MIDLAND-ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

Keep Midland Beautiful and Keep Odessa Beautiful are both helping residents celebrate Texas Recycles Day on Saturday morning.

Midland residents are invited to clean out  and drop off recyclable items in the Midland College Chap Center Parking Lot from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

 They will be accepting electronics, tires, plastic, paper, newspaper, phone books, cardboard, and aluminum.  

Paint and batteries will not be accepted.

Secured Document Shredding will be there to take up to three standard size boxes of personal papers for shredding.

Salvation Army will also be on-site, collecting reusable items.  

Odessa residents can go by Odessa Recycle Center on West 42nd Street, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

They will be accepting old or broken electronics, appliances and office equipment, as well as large bulk items and household hazardous waste.  

For more information on Texas Recycles Day, you can call Keep Midland Beautiful at (432) 693-6854, or call Keep Odessa Beautiful (432) 335-4686.

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