This year, Keep Tyler Beautiful and Ark-La-Tex Shredding are offering free personal document shredding for Tyler Recycles Day.  The event is part of the national Keep America Beautiful Recycles Day annual event, promoting recycling in the community.  This is the perfect time to rid yourselves of unwanted electronics of all types, except appliances.  In addition, there will be a collection station for all types of batteries from Interstate All Batteries.

Goodwill Industries will be on hand to accept your electronics and to share information about their new ComputerWorks Store where they sell rebuilt computers and accessories.

Here's what  Keep Tyler Beautiful Board Chair, Phyllis Carlyle, says about the event:

“We hope that this event will help people who are new to recycling learn more about what our Recycling Center has to offer,” said

If you're a Tyler resident and currently don't recycle, you'll have that chance to sign up for the City’s Curbside Recycling program.

Of course, the Tyler Recycling Collection Center always accepts clear plastic bottles, plastic milk jugs, newspapers, magazines, junk mail, phone books, any type of paper, any type of cardboard, brown paper grocery bags, aluminum cans and clear, brown and green glass. The center is also accepting cell phones and eye glasses.

For those of you who per-ordered your Daffodils in the summer as part of the Project Daffodil, will be available for pickup at the same time. Additional daffodils may also be purchased.

For more info just click here, or call 903-531-1348