The Adams Clermont Solid Waste District will hold discounted Tire Collection Days on May 15 and May 18 with help from a grant from the Ohio EPA. There is no charge for the first 10 tires per household; after that customers will be charged $2 per tire. The district will accept passenger, truck, and tractor tires both on and off the rim. Methods of payment include cash or credit card.
In Clermont County, Tire Collection Day will be from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 18 at the Jackson Township Lot, 3341 U.S. Hwy 50, Williamsburg, OH 45176. The district will not collect tires from junk yards, trucking, or other companies, but can assist businesses in finding recycling options for proper tire management.
Call 513.732.7894 for more details.
Scrap tires lying around a property are aesthetically unpleasing and can pose a health and safety risk by acting as breeding grounds for mosquitoes and vermin. If left in the environment for long periods of time, abandoned tires can leach toxic chemicals, such as zinc, heavy metals, vulcanization and rubber chemicals into ground and surface waters. Municipal solid waste landfills won’t collect tires on trash routes and can’t accept them at their landfills. Dumping scrap tires over the hillside or on the side of the road is illegal and harmful to the environment.