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Recycling Drop-Center Opens In Downtown Tulsa

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It's located on the southern edge of downtown, at 11th and Cincinnati, right by Tulsa Community College. It's located on the southern edge of downtown, at 11th and Cincinnati, right by Tulsa Community College.
Annie Tyndall with the Metropolitan Environmental Trust. Annie Tyndall with the Metropolitan Environmental Trust.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

The Metropolitan Environmental Trust opened a new recycling drop-center in downtown Tulsa on Thursday. It's located on the southern edge of downtown, at 11th and Cincinnati, right by Tulsa Community College.

The new center accepts everything you'd expect; like plastic, paper, and glass. But you can also bring motor oil, cooking oil, batteries, eye glasses, and even small electronics.

The MET said they wanted to be a part of downtown Tulsa's growth.

"We want to service small businesses and residents and multi-family housing, and so we realized that there was a need for a recycling center here," said Annie Tyndall with the Metropolitan Environmental Trust.

The center is staffed from 9 a.m. to noon each day, but also offers 24-hours drop-off service.

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