A-Z Recycling Guide -- Tires
Most local auto tire businesses will take your used tires for a small responsible disposal fee per tire (usually $2 - $3). Tires must be delivered during normal business hours. A portion of the fee goes into a fund to help finance tire recycling programs in Colorado.
Louisville Tire & Auto Care
1190 Griffith St., Unit 1
Louisville, CO 80031
Phone: (303) 665-4902
Service provided: Recycles antifreeze, motor oil, car batteries. Call for more information.Used car tires are also accepted with a fee of $1.50 per tire.
Serving Boulder and the Surrounding Area
Phone: (800) GOT-JUNK (468-5865); (720) 502-3472 (local)
Email: (inquiries only)
Hours: Mon. - Thurs., 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Fri. - Sat., 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Sundays.
Service provided: Will pick up old furniture, appliances, mattresses, refrigerators, carpet, tires, computers, trash, yard waste, electronics, scrap metal, construction debris, and more. Will NOT pick up liquid chemicals or explosive materials. Car tires are picked up and recycled with local tire stores. Recycles items that can be recycled. Call or visit website to schedule a pick-up.
Green Girl Recycling
Phone: (303) 442-7535
Service provided: Provides residential and commercial curbside pick-up of hard-to-recycle materials in mountain areas for a fee. Accepts bicycle tires for recycling. DOES NOT take car tires. Visit website for the full list of accepted materials and more information. Green Girl Recycling brings computers to Eco-Cycle's CHaRM for recycling.