Well there are reasons for recycling them. First they dont biodgrade. Second when they burn, boy do they burn and its near impossible to put out. Third and most impostant imo is they grind them up and used them in asphault mix to make the roads better and last longer. Whether or not you want to pay whatever the fee is to drop them at some disposal place is up to yourazzledazzle said:yea i thought of throwing it in some random dumpster(walmart). but i was just wondering if there was a reason for recycling them. all this christmas cheer is making me feel "responsible". thanks guys
I'm telling yah, this is the way to go!:rockoncutter said:Sounds like the perfect time to get revenge on junk mailers:rockon
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That would be like me taking my garbage to your front door and thinking hell he has a garbage can he can take care of it for me . :wackyE-Man said:Any local mechanic shop that does tires. Late at night I leave them by their storage shed/area. I figure they already have a service in place to properly dispose of or recycle old tires, why not take advantage of a process that is already in place
Originally Posted by twotone
That would be like me taking my garbage to your front door and thinking hell he has a garbage can he can take care of it for me . :wacky
I dont know about the state you are in but here in CA you have to pay to have them disposed of, so when you dump them on some shops back door you are costing them money. Just something to think about next time you do it.
As for the Question at hand most places that do tires will take them for a couple bucks each. I know the dump will take them but charge alot.