Recycle Tires

Liberty Tire Recycling is the premier provider of tire recycling services in the United States. With a coast-to-coast network of production facilities, Liberty Tire recycles more than 110 million scrap tires each year – producing about 1.5 billion pounds of recycled rubber. Liberty Tire is engineering the road to a greener future.

With innovative tools, technologies and processes, Liberty Tire is a revolutionary American conservation enterprise – from coast to coast, and from whole tire to end product. The company’s commitment to finding new and better ways to RECLAIM, RECYCLE and REUSE scrap tires bridges the sustainability goals of scrap tire generators nationwide with those of local scrap rubber consumers.

Coming Full Cycle

Scrap tires collected by Liberty Tire Recycling are processed and refined by size-reduction techniques designed to achieve a range of particle sizes as small as 600 microns. Various mesh sizes of crumb rubber become the ideal raw material for a wide variety of applications, including molded rubber goods and adhesives.

Larger sizes are used for civil engineering applications as a substitute for stone aggregates, or as fuel to power kilns, mills and power plants. Smaller sizes are incorporated into a number of industrial, athletic fields, paving and landscaping applications, among others.

The Roundup

Liberty Tire Recycling provides a complete service profile of collection options, including backdoor pickup, drop-and-hook pickup, and drop-off sites.

Backdoor Pickup

Liberty Tire dispatches a fleet of box vans daily to visit customer sites directly, removing scrap tires by hand on a periodic basis to keep our customers’ facilities clear of waste.


Customers who choose drop-and-hook pickup are left with bulk trailers to fill at their convenience, and Liberty Tire takes the load away with a tractor when full.

Drop-Off Sites

For do-it-yourselfers, tire deliveries are accepted at any Liberty Tire facility.

Contact Information

Liberty Tire offers ATDServiceBay dealers preferred pricing on a regional basis. For more information, please contact:

Rick Payne | US Tire Recycling Accounts Manager
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Phone: (704) 784-1210