Extend the Life of Your Tires


  • Check the air pressure in your tires at least once a month.
  • Regularly check the tread depth of your tires.
  • Rotate your tires every 6,000 miles as a rule of thumb.
  • Practice good driving habits. Observe speed limits, steer clear of potholes and debris on the road.
  • Finally, be alert to changes in vehicle handling, and look for uneven wear on your tires.


A waste tire is a tire which is no longer usable for its original intended purpose because of wear, damage, or defect or a tire which has been discarded or disposed of by its owner.

Tire Recycling Locations

Tire Recycling Facility

Contact the companies below for details regarding their programs.

Additional Notes
Azusa Land Reclamation
(TPID: 1103429)
1211 W. Gladstone Street
Azusa, CA 91702
(626) 224-9127
Accepts from public.
If more than 10 tires, hauler must be registered with the State.
BAS Recycling, Inc.
(TPID: 1565901)
14050 Day Street
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
(951) 214-6590
Call before delivery to ensure the facility currently accepts tires.
BJ Tire and Rubber Recycling Inc.
(TPID: 1001094)
14212 Santa Ana Avenue
Fontana, CA 92337
(909) 854-2628
Call before delivery to ensure the facility currently accepts tires.
Lakin Tire West Inc.
(TPID: 1000659)
15305 Spring Avenue,
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
(562) 802-2752
ONLY provides pick-up at customer's location.  Pick-up must be on a regular basis with a large quanitity of tires.


Riverside County Landfills

Tires are accepted only at the Badlands, Blythe, and Lamb Canyon landfills for recycling. Tires may be on or off rims. 
Tires are accepted with the following restrictions:
  • Effective July 1, 2019:  Residents may haul no more than five (5) tires per trip.  Any tire loads greater than five (5) tires will be directed to a Tire Recycling Facility for proper disposal.  Tires will not be accepted from businesses.
  • Tires cannot exceed 4 feet in diameter and/or 200 lbs each.
  • Tires may not be delivered commingled with other solid waste. When tires arrive to the Department landfills comingled with other solid waste, the customer must separate them and place them in the designated tire storage area.
  • Loads of tires may be refused at any time to prevent the landfill from exceeding maximum tire storage limits. Department landfills may not store more than 500 tires at any one time. For this reason, commercial tire haulers should  haul their tires directly to a tire recycling facility listed above.

Locations & hours

Fee schedule:  Tire disposal rates apply

The Department is required by State law to report information regarding unlicensed haulers who haul more than 9 tires into the landfill. Waste loads containing commingled tires may be refused at the customer’s expense.

This information above is offered as a public service in an effort to eliminate illegal and improper waste disposal. As the information may not be comprehensive, the Department encourages the public to research additional companies that are available for the services sought. The companies are not affiliated, endorsed or regulated by the Department. Accordingly, as with any professional service, please confirm the accuracy of the company’s information and request copies or verification of the company's license and/or permits to provide the service, prior to utilizing its services. Under no circumstances, directly or indirectly, shall the Department be held responsible or liable for reliance on this information.  If you would like to include your company on the list, please contact Waste-Approval@rivco.org or call (951) 486-3200.