When it comes to Lake County tire disposal, you want professional, permitted, dependable disposal of ALL your tires, at a fair price. ECM of Ridgely owns and operates its own permitted Class 1 Disposal Facility, or Landfill, located at 2633 Inman Hollow Road, Obion, TN. This facility is permitted by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) and able to accept tires for disposal, as long as the tires are separated, not co-mingled with other trash.
Lake County old, used, worn out, abandoned tires can be disposed in multiple ways by ECM:
First, citizens of Lake County can take their separated waste tires directly to the ECM landfill. Citizens may dump, hand toss their waste tires just feet off Inman Hollow Road. Therefore, no mud, off-road traffic and quick turnaround (in and out < 10 minutes usually).
Secondly, for larger jobs, or continuous disposal of tires, like a tire store, Lake County businesses and citizens can have a roll-off container set at their establishment for the collection of their waste tires. Once this container is full, Rett will pull that container and deliver to the landfill FOR you, for their exact reduced disposal rate that Rett gets with the landfill for being the landfill’s largest customer.
For those customers who have the ability to cut their tires in quarters, ECM and Rett have lower rates to accommodate the permit requiring all tires disposed in the landfill be quartered. ECM has the equipment necessary to quarter at least 1 tire per minute. But, if you have the capabilities, you can save some money by quartering your waste tires.
ECM/Rett also have a special plan for local government like Lake County that desires to resolve the county or city’s waste tire issues.
So if you need Lake County tire disposal, ECM/Rett offers effective solutions to solve your problem.