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[noun] -- a ring or band of rubber, either solid or hollow and inflated, or of metal, placed over the rim of a wheel to provide traction, resistance to wear, or other desirable properties.

[recycl-onym] -- tires can be ground up and turned into parking bumpers, traffic safety cones, soft playground fill and cushy running track tops.

Tires off all sorts are recycled for a fee ($2 per car tire & $10 per truck tire)
Recycling up to 4 tires is FREE on the first Saturdays of both May and October
Hard "implement" tires like lawn mower wheels are not accepted


There is no curbside service for tires.

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