Where to Recycle Old Car Tires North Jersey
So, you just got a new set of car tires, but what do you do with the old ones? In honor of Earth Day 2016, we want to help people dispose of their used car tires properly. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of places of where to recycle old car tires in North Jersey.
The locations listed below should be able to help you dispose of your car tires in the proper way. Be sure to contact each facility before you go, however, as you’ll want to be sure the services are currently available and check on the hours of service. You can also share any other locations that you know of in the comments section down below.
Car Tire Recycling Centers in North NJ
The web page for recycling at the West Orange Environmental Center lists tires without rims as an acceptable recycling item. The center is located at 590 Mount Pleasant Ave. in West Orange NJ, with hours listed as Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. That said, you’ll want to be sure to contact them beforehand to verify this info.
Tire Management in Paterson NJ
Tire Management is a tire recycling and scrap removal company in Paterson. If you have tires that need recycling, you can contact them at 800-244-7704. The company’s location is from 280 to 286 Marshall St. in Paterson. Again, be sure to call ahead of time to verify service hours and availability.
Bergen County Utilities Authority, Four Collection Days
The Bergen County Utilities Authority sponsors a Municipal Tire Recycling Program. With this, there are four tire amnesty tire collection days that take place throughout the county. The remaining dates for 2016 are Jun. 4 and Oct. 23 in Mahwah at the Bergen County Campgaw Mountain Reservation at 200 Campgaw Road, as well as Aug. 21 at the Bergen Community College at 400 Paramus Rd. in Paramus. You can be sure to get in touch with the Bergen County Utilities Authority or stay tuned for dates in future years.
There are likely other places where you can recycle old car tires in North Jersey, so if you know of any, be sure to share them in the comments section down below. Happy Earth Day, and don’t forget to return to the Mazda of Lodi blog for future community news and events.