(Victorville )- Residents Can Dispose of Tires For Free as part of “Earth Day at MRF” Celebration. The City of Victorville Code Enforcement Division is sponsoring a free tire disposal event this Saturday, April 21st from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at the Victor Valley Materials Recovery Facility (MRF).
This is a chance for City of Victorville residents to dispose of car and light truck tires for free.
There are several requirements for the Tire Amnesty Day:
Residents may also drop off appliances, scrap metal (except cars or parts), TVs, computers, and electronic wastes for free during this event.
Tires from businesses or dealers will not be accepted. In addition, shredded tires, pieces of tires, and tires filled with dirt will not be accepted. Large truck tires, off-road vehicle tires, and tires from other machinery will not be accepted.
The Tire Amnesty event is being conducted as part of the “Earth Day at the MRF” event at the Victor Valley MRF. In addition to the free tire disposal, there will be free confidential document destruction, a free mulch giveaway, MRF tours, and vendors and displays about recycling and water conservation.
Tires collected during the round-up will be recycled as a fuel source for industry. The City of Victorville received a grant from CalRecycle to sponsor the Tire Amnesty Day.
For more information on the Tire Amnesty Day, residents should call the Victorville Code Enforcement Division at 955-5104. For more information about other Earth Day at the MRF activities, residents should call the City of Victorville Recycling Program at 955-8615.
The Victor Valley Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) is located at 17000 Abbey Lane in Victorville. Abbey Lane is located off of Stoddard Wells Road.