March is Tire Amnesty Month in Gloucester County

tire webSOUTH HARRISON TWP. — March has been designated as “Tire Amnesty Month” in Gloucester County.

Gloucester County will accept used tires from county residents and municipalities at the Solid Waste Complex in South Harrison, March 3through March 28, Monday through Friday and during a special Saturday drop off on March 15.  The Program will conclude on Friday, March 28.

Gloucester County Freeholder Director Damminger said, “The County has successfully removed 200,045 tires from our waste stream since we began this program in 2001. Tires are not only an eyesore, they are a primary breeding ground for mosquitoes that can carry West Nile Virus.”

March is the only time tires are accepted at the County Solid Waste Complex during the year.  The collection in March allows for the tires to be shredded in April, before the mosquito-breeding season. The collected tires are ground to chips that are used for construction projects within the facility.

County residents can dispose of up to 25 passenger car and passenger pick-up tires only, at no cost at the Gloucester County Solid Waste Complex, 493 Monroeville Rd. (Route 694) in South Harrison Township, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Saturday, March 15 event will be held rain-or-shine and will run from 8 a.m. until 12 noon.

This program is for Gloucester County residents ONLY.  No commercial businesses will be accepted. Only passenger car or passenger pick up tires will be accepted. The tire type and limit of 25 will be strictly enforced.

County residents with more than 25 car tires must contact the GCIA/Office of Recycling at 856-478-6045 (ext. 14) to schedule a specific inspection and appointment in order to participate in the program. A maximum of 50 tires will be accepted per residence.

Tires may be on or off the rims, but they MUST be separated by type. They will be going into different piles.  Mixed loads will not be accepted.

In addition, no tractor trailer/oversized/heavy equipment tires will be accepted. A list of certified tire disposal facilities will be available for anyone that may need a service for larger tires.

For more information on the 2014 Gloucester County Tire Amnesty Program please contact GCIA/Office of Recycling at 478-6045 (ext. 14).

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