How To Dispose of Your Old Tires
Why You Shouldn’t Throw Away Your Old Tires
Tire Recycling Centers
Go Through Your Local Auto Store or Tire Retailer
Hire a Junk Removal Service
Where NOT To Dispose Your Tires
A body of water
An all too common way people dispose of their tires is by dumping them in a nearby lake, river, or even the ocean. This disrupts local marine life and causes harm to the surrounding environment. Not to mention, it’s also illegal. So be sure to recycle your tires at a recycling center and not in the nearby waterway.
On the side of the road.
We understand that accidents happen on the road. You may get a flat or your tire burns out, but when this happens, you shouldn’t leave your old tire on the side of the road. It becomes a hazard to other drivers and will take decades to decompose. If you can, take your tire with you until you can find a proper place to dispose of it.
Burn your tires.
Another disposal method some people try is burning tires. The fumes released in the smoke are not only toxic to the environment, but it’s also harmful to your lungs. Tires also take a long time to completely burn and can put your area at risk of a wildfire.
Professional Tire Removal
Not Your Average Dump
We don’t just get it – we’re prepared for it, and we’re here for you. Our team of guys is all about teamwork, trustworthiness, and terrific service. We’re committed to excellence along every step of the junk removal process, and we leverage our expertise into a seamless, easy experience for you.
Serving The Bay Area
Clear Out Junk Removal does not accept or remove items such as: fuels like gasoline, herbicides and pesticides, car fluids (such as oil and antifreeze), biohazard materials, items in dangerous areas, bleach and similar cleaners, wet paint, pressurized containers, or any other hazardous materials. Clear Out Junk Removal reserves the right to refuse service to individuals or areas that do not comply.