The Bureau of Land Management has cleared an illegal dump site of hundreds of pounds of trash and debris in Northwest Colorado.
The BLM tweeted Wednesday they cleared out eight dump truck loads of trash and debris, as well as seven loads of recyclable steel from the site, which was located between Meeker and Rangely.
Rangers from the White River Field Office worked to clear the debris with help from Rio Blanco County Road and Bridge.
Photos show old, broken-down trailers, trucks, and other debris.
The White River Field Office and Rio Blanco County Road and Bridge recently partnered to remove 8 dump truck loads of trash and 7 loads of recyclable steel from an illegal dump site between Meeker and Rangely. pic.twitter.com/Sa40KTKEN6— BLM Colorado (@BLM_CO) November 15, 2017