Tires can be disposed of for as little as a few dollars for recycling. The cost to our environment is a great deal more. Often tires are burnt in campfires in the forestlands. When burnt a standard passenger tire can generate about two gallons of oil, which is left to contaminate the soil and water. Tires also provide a source of water to spawn mosquitoes.
There are many resources and locations to dispose of solid waste and recycling.
Call your garbage and recycling company or Clackamas County at 503-557-6363.
Or you can take your Garbage and Recycling to:
- Metro South Transfer Station
2001 Washington St.
Metro: Where to take your garbage and recycling
- Clackamas County Solid Waste and Recycling
- Clackamas County Transfer Station
19600 Canyon Valley Road
(1.5 miles E. of Sandy off Hwy 26)
Open Thursday through Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed Tuesday and Wednesday