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Local waste tire recycling grants awarded

(MSC News)--The Kansas Department of Health and Environment Bureau of Waste Management has announced the awarding of fifty-one waste tire recycling grants for 2018 totaling nearly $468,000, including several locally.

St. Gregory Catholic School, in Marysville, has been awarded a nearly  $19,000 grant for the purchase of rubber mulch for a playground at the school.

The city of Seneca will receive a more than $13,000 grant for the purchase of rubber mulch for a playground at North Park.

Xavier Catholic School, in Leavenworth, has been awarded a nearly $9,600 grant for the purchase of rubber mulch for three playgrounds at the school.

And the City of Centralia has been awarded a nearly $1,300 grant for the purchase of two picnic tables and five park benches for Hidden Park.

The grants are funded through a 25-cent tax paid on the purchase of new tires.



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