This Is What America Looked Like Before the EPA
Matthew Gault

I remember the story of a Mid-west truck stop along I-80 (or,maybe I-70) that also sold tires. They would throw the old tires in a ravine behind the stop. In the 1970s, tires had to be recycled, and there was a $5.00 per tire bounty. They pulled $5,000,000 out of that ravine — a million tires. Everyone says, “But, it is just ONE!”

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