Tyre Collectors

The following list of Waste Disposal Contractors who dispose of used tyres is provided for information purposes only.

The UTWG has not inspected or otherwise approved the listed Waste Disposal Contractors, and inclusion in the list does not imply approval of recommendation by the UTWG.

The UTWG reminds persons responsible for the handling, storage and disposition of waste tyres of their duties under the Environmental Protection Act.

This Act imposes a legal obligation to ensure that the transfer of waste is to an authorised person, it also requires persons transporting waste to be authorised and an adequate written description of the waste to be provided on transfer.

To fulfil this legal obligation persons responsible for the handling, storage, disposition of waste should inspect the Waste Management Licenses of Waste Disposal Contractors before transferring waste to them.

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      We are in the process of setting up a used tyre recycling plant in South Wales, UK. We plan to collect used car tyres and then to shred them into crumbs and granulate for recycling. If anyone is interested in either having their tyres taken away or in buying rubber crumb or rubber granulate please contact me.

      I am inviting comments from people in waste management about the current state of UK legislation regarding the reuse of waste tyres for other purposes.
      From: Jonathan Priddey Reply

      Will the landfilling of catapillar tracks for site machinery be subject to the same resrictions as regular tyre? If yes, is there a company who is able to recycle them?
      From: John Matthews Reply

      I am looking for a scottish company (if possible) to supply up to 70 tonnes of rubber chippings for an outdoor exercise arena for my horses. Chippings need to be betwen 10 – 25 mm. Can anyone help provide a name and address?
      From: Lyn Lewis Reply

      Is there a company out there who have a waste tyre collection in Cornwall
      From: Sarah Reply

      Can anybody tell me where I can find information on what is classed as a ‘Shredded Tyre’? And any ne EU laws coming into place.
      From: Adam Reply

      How does an Education and Training establishment dispose of their tyres legally, whilst conforming to BS 14001.
      From: Alex McGowan Reply

      I am looking for a company that makes walls out of old tyres by wiring them together. Making wall sections suitable to make a sugar beet clamp on a farm.
      From: Ian Johnson Reply

      What is the commercially viable specification of carbon black and tire pyrolysis oil?
      From: Chandra Mohan Reply

      I am about to start up a go-karting business in scotland, can i use old tyres on my circuit and do i have to pay for them if they going to be recycled anyway?
      From: Brian Wilson Reply

      I have found a way to make a usefull product out of used tyres . Why no one has done this before has suprissed me. Has the potential to get rid of all tyres.I have submitted a provisional patent in Australia to cover this Idea. Looking for Seed Capital.
      From: Steve Rathbone Reply

      I live in the Stockport area near to a franchised garage which regularly store used tyres about 20,at the rear of their premises which is the road on which I live. The tyres are in the open insecured a few feet from the pavement.It has become the custom of local youths at weekend to re distribute them around the street.Are the garage in breach of these regulations
      From: Ian Hinsley Reply

      We have around 1500 tyres to dispose of in the Shrewsbury area. We would like to do it responsibly but are a non-profit making club. Can anyone advise the sort of costs that would be involved.
      From: Carla Stubbings Reply

      After recently closing a quad bike track I have several hundred tyres to dispose of. I’m looking for advice on what is the best way to do this and the cheapest,or companies that wiil come and collect them free of charge for recycling

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