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RE: [greenyes] Waste Tires in MA



In Eugene, which is too far away from Mass. To do any good, there's a
firm which grinds tires and manufactures rubber mats, conveyor belts,
etc. Too, nearly every tire shop in towen accepts used tires for
recycling, as does the county dump. Every place charges a fee, and it is
cheaper if the tires are off the rim. I would start by calling the tire
shops in town to see what their policy is and pump them for information
on where they send tires. The further up the food chain you get the
cheaper the results. However, the easiest approach may be to calll the
governmental department overseeing the state's recycling effort. Most
likely they'll have a roster of manufacturers looking for used tire
stock.
David Wollner
BRING Recycling





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