The Adams-Clermont Solid Waste District is hosting a tire disposal event on Friday, November 18 and Saturday, November 19, 2022 from 8AM – 2PM at the Neville Public Boat Ramp, located off US 52 on Morgan Street in the Village of Neville. Traffic will enter the site from US 52 via Morgan Street, and exit the site back onto US 52 via Coffee Street.
This event is a wonderful opportunity for residents to dispose of scrap tires that were accumulated from personal use or illegally dumped on their property.
A disposal fee of only $1.00 for each car tire, $10.00 for each semi tire, and $20.00 for each tractor tire will be collected in cash from the resident at the time of unloading.
Tires mounted on rims will be accepted, but they must be separated from the off-rim tires in advance for ease of sorting at the drop-off site. No additional fees will be imposed for rims. Residents may be responsible for unloading all tires they bring to the drop-off site, so it is recommended that they bring someone to help unload. Tires can be accepted from Clermont County households only; tires from businesses (auto dealers or repair shops, trucking companies, etc.) cannot be accepted.
This year’s tire collection event is being fully funded by the Adams-Clermont Solid Waste District. Although the Adams-Clermont Solid Waste District has held tire collection events at various locations throughout Clermont County for the past several years, there is no guarantee that funding will be available for future events. Many tire retailers and tire installers will gladly accept and properly dispose of scrap tires for a small fee. The Adams-Clermont Solid Waste District highly encourages new tire buyers to take advantage of the services of these private businesses in the future when new tires are purchased. Tires of any size can also be disposed of year-round at the Adams County Waste and Recycle Station, located at 95 Trefz Road, West Union, Ohio 45693, for only 12 cents per pound. For more information about this event email DSNYDER@clermontcountyohio.gov or phone (513) 732-7744.