When you buy new tires, dispose of your old tires through your tire retailer at the time of purchase. There is a small fee charged for tire disposal, which is a tax used for transporting and disposing of tires through state licensed facilities. If you already have tires at home, contact one of the following store chains who provide tire disposal for non-customers. These include Conrad’s Tire Express, Firestone Auto Care, and National Tire and Battery.
Some city service departments provide scrap tire collection. Check with your city service department.
In the State of Ohio, you must be licensed to haul more than 10 tires at a time. If you have more than 10 tires, or have a large tire pile to be cleaned up, call Liberty Tire (330.868.0097), TIMCO, LLC Recycling Division (330.523.6048) or US Tire Transportation (216.441.0950).
Businesses and organizations with tires must contact a licensed tire hauler for disposal service. See a list in our Business Recycling Directory.
Need to report an illegal tire dump? Did you see illegal dumping in Cleveland or a Cuyahoga County suburb? Call the Illegal Dumping Hotline at 216.664.DUMP.