Some companies that recycle tires include Liberty Tire Recycling, Genan and Emterra Environmental USA. Other tire recycling companies include American Tire Recycling and Alberta Environmental Rubber Products. These companies collect used and scrap tires, and recycle them to produce environment-friendly rubber products.
With its recycling plant located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Liberty Tire Recycling is one of the largest tire recycling companies in the United States. The company has more than 60,000 tire collection points across the country and works with individuals, as well as institutions and private companies. With the recycled rubber, the company provides crumb rubber and rubber mulch for manufacturers of different products.
Emterra Environmental USA has its recycling plant in Brampton, Canada, but serves a large part of the northern United States. The company has many tire collection points across the United States, as well as throughout Europe. Through the use of innovative recycling techniques, the company is able to conduct emission-free recycling with no waste. Tire recycling at the company produces rubber, steel and fiber, which is then refined to produce new products.
Genan is one of the largest tire recycling companies in the world and has a large recycling plant in Houston, Texas. The company uses the Genan concept to ensure that the recycling process is environmentally friendly and in line with emission and waste regulations.