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Comanche Nation offers free tire and battery disposal

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CACHE, Okla._Due to the inclement weather in February, the Comanche Nation Office of the Environmental Programs  (CNOEP) will offer a second round of free disposal of tires and batteries to the public.

Tires cannot be larger than 44"x14" Tire rims must be removed. All types of batteries are accepted.  The CNOEP will be set up at each location 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

  • April 7  at the Petree Plaza, Anadarko, Okla.
  • April 8 at the  Comanche Nation Community Center of Apache, 309 Julia Mahseet Road, Apache, Okla.
  • April 9 at the Cache Cahoma Building, 752 NW Quanah Rd., Cache, Okla.
  • April 10 at the Comanche Nation Community Center 905 E. Missouri St. in Walters, Okla. on Hwy. 53

They are offering the free service for all of the public to ensure the tires and batteries are disposed of correctly. Over 7,000 tires and batteries were gathered during the 2013 drive.

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