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Month: September 2021

Castle Tire opens terminal in Tri-Cities to expand collection capacity


What’s the news? Castle Tire opened its newest terminal in Richland, WA to provide local tire waste collection services for customers in the Tri-Cities area.

Adam Beck, COO of Castle Tire
“We are pleased to be opening our second terminal in Washington, focused on increasing capacity and reliability for our Tri-Cities and Eastern Washington customers.  Our team will be based in Richland, providing local tire waste collection services with Spot trailers, and shuttling the tire waste to one our plants for processing and recycling.  This an important step forward with our Washington growth plans.”

Why is this important? Having a local and dedicated team based in Richland will help us improve service reliability and to increase collection capacity to better address the local growing demand for tire waste services.  The team will support customers that are located in Benton County, Franklin County, and Walla Walla County, including Kennewick, Pasco, Richland, Yakima, Wenatchee, Moses Lake, Walla Walla, Pendleton, and Boardman.

The tire waste that’s collected in this market will be transported to one of our existing tire waste processing and recycling facilities in Portland or Prineville, OR.

About Castle Tire:
Castle Tire is a leading service provider focused on collecting, processing, and recycling tire waste, supporting customers in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Colorado.