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The following questions and guidance are taken from the
Consolidated Screening Checklist For Automotive Repair Facilities.
A ‘√’ next to a response in the guide indicates that is the preferred response in terms of environmental compliance. If you select a response without a ‘√’, you may still be in compliance; however, you should verify that you are in compliance by contacting the appropriate federal or state regulatory agency and discussing your activity with them. TIRESIn 2001, the United States generated approximately 273 million scrap tires. Historically, these scrap tires took up space in landfills or provided breeding grounds for mosquitoes and rodents when stockpiled or illegally dumped. Fortunately, markets now exist for 76 percent of these scrap tires, up from 17 percent in 1990. Through innovative uses of scrap tires, these markets continue to grow.How are used tires disposed?


Resale–Facility sells used tires.  √


Retread–Facility retreads used tires.  √


Recycle–Facility recycles used tires. This may include state or local programs that shred tires and then use them for asphalt or other products.  √


Other–Facility uses some method other than those listed above for disposal.


N/A–Facility does not generate used tires.


Source: U.S. EPA Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, EPA 305-B-03-004, October 2003.

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