Recycling Fees often apply to help cover handling, transportation, and the costs to properly recycle tires.
- Baroda Tire Center: 1638 Lemon Creek Rd., Baroda, 422-1154; 7033 Red Arrow Highway, Coloma, 468-3100; and 708 South Red Bud Trail, Buchanan, 695-9041. Call for fees.
- D&D Tire Sales: 1431 S. 11th St. Niles. 684-6058. Call for fees.
- Dave’s Garage: 713 N. 13th St., Niles. 683-7220. Call for fees.
- Deerpath Recyclers: 55625 Wood House, Dowagiac. 269-782-7232. Call for fees.
- Entech, Inc.: 69676 M-103, White Pigeon. 269-483-2318. Call for fees.
- Grand Beach Tire & Auto Repair: 13964 Grand Ave., New Buffalo. 469-9402. Call for fees.
- Local Municipalities: some local governments coordinate tire recycling collection events for their residents. Contact your local municipal hall to ask about events in your area.
- M & W Tire: 2216 S. M-139, Benton Harbor. 926-7909. Call for fees.
- Michiana Metal and Scrap Recycling: 800 Carberry Road, Niles. 269-687-5865. Call for fees.
- Orchard Hill Landfill Recycling Area: 3290 Hennessey Rd., Watervliet. 269-463-5588. Call for fees.
- Southeast Berrien County Landfill: 1540 Mayflower, Niles. 695-2500. Call for fees.
- Tire piles may hold water and become mosquito breeding grounds. Tire piles can also be a fire hazard because once ignited, they burn uncontrollably at very hot temperatures and produce black smoke and hazardous, oily residue.
- The companies listed above collect tires from the public, but this is not the final step in disposal. Used tires can be retread, burned as fuel, or ground up into crumb rubber and used in place of asphalt. The fees collected by retailers are used to pay for recycling or proper disposal.
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