Residents in Thomas County have an opportunity to get rid of some old tires this weekend.
People can take old bike, car or light truck tires to collection sites for disposal, free of charge from August 11-13 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
There are some guidelines though, only eight tires per household will be excepted and it's only open to Thomasville, Thomas County and municipality residents.
All tires must be de-rimmed, clean and dry.
Here is a list of the various drop-off locations throughout Thomas County:
In the city of Thomasville:
No commercial business or vendors can participate.
If you have any questions, call Pat Smith at (229) 225-4120.
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