Keep Midland Beautiful was accepting electronics, old tires, and other items.
Secured document shredding was also taking up to three boxes of documents and destroying them -- to help prevent identity theft.
Items were also accepted for those who need them.
"The Salvation Army is here for people to bring reuse items," Doreen Womack of Keep Midland Beautiful told Big 2. "Household goods, that sort of thing. that they want to donate."
Womack said it took the work of scores of volunteers to help pull the event off.
Womack also says that if anyone still has electronics you want to recycle, they should call Best Buy -- who accepts those items year round.