Each year, motorists in the U.S. generate almost 1 scrap tire for every man, woman and child in the country. At the end of 2003, the U.S. generated approximately 290 million scrap tires. Tires are viewed as one of the most difficult types of waste mainly due to the high quantities produced and their durability, meaning they don’t break down once disposed of. By recycling tires we reduce the number in landfills and stockpiles as well as the amount of raw rubber needed for manufacturing, saving natural resources like crude oil. It takes seven gallons of crude oil to produce one car tire, which means it took 7.1 billion gallons of crude oil to produce tires for all 254 million cars in the U.S. Fortunately; markets now exist for over 80% of these tires to be recycled.
Unfortunately, there are at least 275 million scrap tires in stockpiles in the U.S. according to the EPA. If you have tires you need to have hauled away, call Rubbish Works and let us do all the heavy lifting, hauling and ensure proper disposal.
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Pricing for tire removal and recycling includes the loading, hauling, disposal or recycling fees. We charge by the volume that you fill up in the truck, so the price that we quote depends on how much debris we’ll be hauling and the overall volume in the truck. There are never any hidden fees when using Rubbish Works.