TIRE DRIVES

Scrap Tire Pile ImageOld tires are a great place for mosquitoes to breed. Help us eliminate breeding sites by bringing your old tires to one of our tire drives. The photo at the left is a portion of the tires collected during one of our weeklong tires drives. These tires are collected and taken to Environmental Rubber Recycling in Flint, Michigan to be shredded. The shredded material is then used in many products. Chips of shredded tire rubber are used as fill in engineering projects. More finely chipped and screened tire rubber is used in playground and landscaping mulch. Crumb rubber is used to make better asphalt, while rubber mixed with urethane is used to make athletic track surfaces and a variety of molded products.



Tire Recycling

SCMAC
is now accepting tires for the 2015 summer season.
July Tire Drive Locations
July 20th - July 24th
1:00 pm - 7:30 pm
July 20 - Taymouth Township Hall
4343 E Birch Run Rd
Taymouth Township
July 21 - Ric's Food Center
176 Hemlock Plaza Dr
Hemlock Township
July 22 - Brady Township Hall
16020 W. Peet Rd
Brady Township
July 23 - Pat's Food Center
7620 Midland Rd
Freeland Township
July 24 - Thomas Township Hall
(Public Safety Lot Behind Hall)
8215 Shields Dr
Thomas Township

Tire Drive Acceptance Policy (revised April 2015)

  • Saginaw County Residents ONLY - Must have valid Michigan ID or Driver's License
  • 10 tires per household per tire drive week
  • No tires on rims
  • No businesses or other revenue generating emterprises - Includes Agriculture and Contracting Operations
  • Car, truck, motorcycle, bike, and small household tires ONLY
  • SCMAC does NOT accept Semi, Tractor, or Heavy Equipment Tires.

Drop Off Tires at SCMAC (revised April 2015)

  • Saginaw County Residents ONLY - Must have valid Michigan ID or Driver's License
  • 25 Tires TOTAL per property owner, per year
  • 26 or more tires MUST be pre-approved by the Director
  • No tires on rims
  • No businesses or other revenue generating enterprises - Includes Agriculture and contracting Operations
  • Car, truck, motorcycle, bike, and small household tires ONLY
  • SCMAC does NOT accept Semi, Tractor, or Heavy Equipment Tires.

Residential Tire Recycling

In 2004 legislation was passed in Michigan making it illegal to dump used tires into landfills. This has caused an increase in tires found in ditches, fields, woods, and backyards.  Saginaw County Mosquito Abatement Commission will collect and recycle used tires through our tire drives and at our office, at 211 Congress.