Ireland’s leader in tyre recycling
Crossmore Tyre Recycling specialises in responsible end of life tyre disposal and recycling. We reprocess car, truck and agricultural tyres, providing a hassle free, convenient and cost effective service. We cover the whole of Ireland, our fleet of trucks fully licensed to carry waste tyres, transporting them to our processing plant in County Cork. Our specialist tyre shredding equipment turns your scrap tyres into material suitable for a variety of recreational and industrial purposes.
- Irelands leading tyre recycler – in the business for 25 years. We collect and recycle more tyres than any other company in Ireland (according to figures complied by TRACS, the Tyre Recovery Activity Compliance Scheme).
- Excellent reputation in the tyre business (see below for more information on our guarantee).
- All areas of the country covered: Donegal to Wexford, Dundalk to Dingle – and everywhere in between!
- Competitive pricing policy.
- Service tailored to suit your needs: Regular pick up service, trailer drop off and pick up or drop off at the gate (See “Which option suits you?” section below for more details).
- We accept all types of tyres – car, truck and plant.
- Proof of legal disposal.
- Dedicated and modern fleet of articulated and rigid trucks.
- We can handle any size job.
To discuss your tyre disposal requirements, please contact us today!
- Pick up service: If you have a small amount of waste tyres, then this is the best option. Crossmore Tyre Recycling trucks will collect the scrap tyres from your facility on a once-off or regular basis.
- Trailer drop and pick up service: Best option if you are a large scrap tyre producer. We will leave a bulk trailer for you to fill it up at your convenience, once full we will pick it up.
- Facility drop off service: Our facility is open to the public so this is a good option if you live locally and are able to deliver scrap tyres at your convenience.
- Clean up contractor: We also offer site clean-up services. With our large fleet of trucks and mobile shredding operations, we can offer several clean up options for your site.
- Scrap tyre consulting services: Crossmore Tyre Recycling are happy to offer consulting services on any aspect of the scrap tyre recycling industry. We have been in the scrap tyre recycling industry for 25 years. Our business has grown and thrived on the ability to educate ourselves and our customers on industry standards and trends. We are very active on the legislative and regulation front, working to create standards that allow private business to prosper while keeping environmental standards a priority.
The Crossmore Tyre Recycling guarantee
Crossmore Tyre Recycling offer their customers the following simple guarantee: All the tyres that we collect, recycle or reprocess are disposed of or reused in an environmentally-friendly way. Crossmore Tyre Recycling has been in the scrap tyre recycling industry for 25 years. Our business has grown and thrived on the ability to educate ourselves and our customers on industry standards and trends. We are very active on the legislative and regulation front, working to create standards that allow private business to prosper while keeping environmental standards a priority. We are happy to offer consulting services on any aspect of the scrap tyre recycling industry. Crossmore Tyre Recycling are members of TRACS (Tyre Recovery Activity Compliance Scheme) – an Irish regulatory body which traces tyre right through life from manufacturing to disposal and also of the ITIA (Irish Tyre Industry Association).
Full information on regulations on the disposal of used tyres can be found on the website of the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government – Environ.ie, from which the following information is taken: While waste tyres are not classified as hazardous they can cause environmental pollution if disposed of incorrectly or irresponsibly. An estimated 35,000 tonnes of waste tyres are generated in Ireland each year and there is a clear need to ensure that this waste stream is managed in an environmentally sound way rather than sending them to landfill sites. Regulations on the management of waste tyres came into force on 1 January 2008. These Regulations seek to improve information gathering and the tracking of waste tyre flows in Ireland, identifying a clear audit trail for tyre collection and recycling. They impose obligations on all persons who supply tyres to the Irish market and on the collectors of waste tyres who are now required to prepare and present waste management plans and reports when submitting applications for registration and submit a report to the Environmental Protection Agency every year. They allow the comparison of the quantities of waste tyres arising with the quantities placed on the market and the tracking of the movement of waste tyres from the time they are discarded until they are either reused or processed for recycling and /or recovery. Provision has been made in the regulations to enable a farmer who requires waste tyres to anchor silage covering to store up to eight waste tyres for every square metre of the floor area of his or her silage pit, without the need to have a waste permit.