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Ohio Works To Clean Up Illegally Dumped Tires

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at 2:53 PM

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Ohio’s EPA says the months of March and April were especially busy for cleaning up mountains of illegally-disposed tires across the state. For details, statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen interviewed spokeswoman Linda Oros, who says that the 18 different tire clean-ups in March and April cost $50,000 in total.

Ohio’s EPA says the months of March and April were especially busy for cleaning up mountains of illegally-disposed tires across the state. For details, statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen interviewed a spokeswoman Linda Oros, who says that the 18 different tire clean-ups in March and April cost 50-thousand dollars in total.

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