Re-‘tired’


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Several handfuls of student volunteers from Miami East High School’s FFA program volunteered to help collect recycled tires for the Miami Soil and Water Conservation District, Miami County Agricultural Society and Kelby Transport on Wednesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. Here, Colton Kowalak, Lance Rohrbach and Michael Miller load tires onto a truck during Miami County’s Tire Recycling Day in Troy. According to Linda Raterman of the Miami SWCD, a tire recycle day is scheduled at least once a year and at least 1,800 tires are collected at the event. This year, 1863 tires were recycled during the event, including 85 tractor tires and 148 semi tires. A tentative recycle date could be set again for the fall.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Several handfuls of student volunteers from Miami East High School’s FFA program volunteered to help collect recycled tires for the Miami Soil and Water Conservation District, Miami County Agricultural Society and Kelby Transport on Wednesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. Here, Colton Kowalak, Lance Rohrbach and Michael Miller load tires onto a truck during Miami County’s Tire Recycling Day in Troy. According to Linda Raterman of the Miami SWCD, a tire recycle day is scheduled at least once a year and at least 1,800 tires are collected at the event. This year, 1863 tires were recycled during the event, including 85 tractor tires and 148 semi tires. A tentative recycle date could be set again for the fall.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Several handfuls of student volunteers from Miami East High School’s FFA program volunteered to help collect recycled tires for the Miami Soil and Water Conservation District, Miami County Agricultural Society and Kelby Transport on Wednesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. Here, Colton Kowalak, Lance Rohrbach and Michael Miller load tires onto a truck during Miami County’s Tire Recycling Day in Troy. According to Linda Raterman of the Miami SWCD, a tire recycle day is scheduled at least once a year and at least 1,800 tires are collected at the event. This year, 1863 tires were recycled during the event, including 85 tractor tires and 148 semi tires. A tentative recycle date could be set again for the fall.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_170517aw_Tire_recyle-1.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Several handfuls of student volunteers from Miami East High School’s FFA program volunteered to help collect recycled tires for the Miami Soil and Water Conservation District, Miami County Agricultural Society and Kelby Transport on Wednesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. Here, Colton Kowalak, Lance Rohrbach and Michael Miller load tires onto a truck during Miami County’s Tire Recycling Day in Troy. According to Linda Raterman of the Miami SWCD, a tire recycle day is scheduled at least once a year and at least 1,800 tires are collected at the event. This year, 1863 tires were recycled during the event, including 85 tractor tires and 148 semi tires. A tentative recycle date could be set again for the fall.
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