Tire Recycling

WHAT CAN I DO WITH OLD TIRES?

RESIDENTS

Residents can bring tires from passenger vehicles from a residential source are accepted at all County Refuse Transfer Stations and the Landfill free of charge. OK to leave rims on tires. Residents can bring up to eight auto and light truck tires, or four truck and high-performance tires per year. 

Before purchasing new tires, ask the retailer about bringing old tires back!

BUSINESSES

Tires from Commercial (businesses) sources, are not accepted at County refuse stations; these tires may be taken to the locations below. Call for locations, hours of operations, and pricing:

  • PS&D Tires in Lihue: 245-9502
  • EH International located in Puhi.: 652-8486 
  • Unitek Solvent Services: 246-9265
  • Tire Warehouse in Lihue: 245-6754

The average cost is $5 per tire for regular autos and $15 each for oversized tires.

Tires from residents and business are banned from the landfill and must be recycled.