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Tire/Rubber Scraps

Leftover pieces of rubber from broken or deflated tires or other rubber objects.

Contact a local tire store for acceptance.


Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Davis Street (WM) Resource Recovery Complex (Transfer Station) 2615 Davis St. San Leandro Recycle Paid Drop-off Recycle: public C&D drop-off area
Fremont Recycling & Transfer Station 41149 Boyce Rd. Fremont Recycle Paid Drop-off Separate for recycling drop-off area
GreenWaste of Palo Alto 2765 Lafayette St Palo Alto Landfill Paid Pick-up
Lakin Tire 15305 Spring Ave. Sante Fe Springs Recycle Paid Pick-up
Lally Truck, Trailer Repair & Tires Service, Inc. 4600 Horner St. Union City Recycle Paid Drop-off Please call first. Must pay small fee per tire.
Recycler's World Salt Lake City Recycle Buyback Mail-in
The Recycler's Exchange (Recycler's World) PO Box 58228 Salt Lake City Recycle Free Drop-off, Free Pick-up, Paid Drop-off, Paid Pick-up Depends on listing for fees/pick up/drop off
West Coast Rubber Recycling Hollister Recycle Paid Pick-up
Zanker Road Materials Processing Facility 675 Los Esteros Rd San Jose Recycle Paid Drop-off Separate for C&D

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