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[greenyes] Re: greenyes Digest 15 Dec 2004 19:16:07 -0000 Issue 306


What you can do with them depends on the number and type of tires (truck vs
passenger) and condition. Recycling companies use different tires or mixes
depending on the end use (energy, civil engineering, higher value products).
You might try JP Routhier in Littleton, or F&B rubber in New Bedford. I'm
not sure if they take small loads or not, or would know of someone to haul
them there. If you go to WasteCap of MA's web site, you can search the
recycling services directory by geographic location and material-- they have
several others listed in the Boston

Feel free to contact me if you want to discuss further


Amy Perlmutter
Perlmutter Associates
23 Avon Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

On 12/15/04 1:16 PM, "greenyes-digest-help@no.address"
<greenyes-digest-help@no.address> wrote:

> Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 15:51:11 -0500
> To: <greenyes@no.address>
> From: "Doug Koplow" <koplow@no.address>
> Subject: Waste Tires in MA
> Message-Id: <s1bf0bfe.052@no.address>
> I just got a call from somebody who is building affordable housing in the =
> Boston area, and has discovered many tires (hundreds) dumped on the =
> property he needs to clear. He is looking for outlets for recycling them.
> Anybody on the list have suggestions for tire recycling outlets (reuse or =
> energy recovery) within reasonable proximity to Boston?
> Thanks,
> Doug

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