WV Tire Disposal Inc offers free tire pickup for state residents, and the City of Charlotte Solid Waste Services and the City of Baltimore's Department of Public Works also offer tire pickup for residents. SC Tire Processing and 1-800-GOT-JUNK are two companies that offer tire pickup services for a fee.
WV Tire Disposal Inc picks up tires from West Virginia residents on specified days throughout the year without cost. West Virginia residents may dispose of up to 10 tires at once through this free disposal program. WV Tire Disposal Inc also allows residents to drop tires off at specified locations for disposal throughout the year.
The City of Baltimore's Department of Public works picks up an assortment of bulky items for residents once per month, without charge. Each pickup day, a resident may set out three bulky items, but four tires count as one set. The resident must remove the rims from the tires before pickup. Residents must schedule the pickup in advance. The City of Charlotte also requires residents to remove the rims from tires before collection.
1-800-GOT-JUNK charges for tire removal based on the size of the tires. SC Tire Processing picks up tires from bulk clean up sites, for a fee, and recycles the tires to create energy. Emterra Environmental USA works with commercial clients to dispose of large amounts of tires. Emterra creates a custom schedule with each client for tire pickup and recycling.