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Castle Tire acquires Tire Depot

June 6, 2022

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Castle Tire, a leading service provider focused on collecting, processing, and recycling tire waste across six western states, today announced it has acquired Tire Depot. Tire Depot provides tire waste collection services in the Western Montana and Eastern Washington markets.

Effective June 6th, 2022, all Tire Depot customers will be locally serviced by Castle Tire’s team. Day 1 will be business as usual. Our Western Montana and Eastern Washington customers will be locally serviced by the Castle Tire team located in Missoula, Spokane, and Tri-Cities. The tire waste will be processed at Castle’s Portland and Eastern Oregon recycling facilities.

Vern Reum, Owner of Tire Depot 

“We’ve been servicing our customers since the 1980’s with tire waste collection services and I’m proud of what we’ve created over the years. I’m now in my 70’s and look forward to retiring. My employees and customers will be in good hands with the Castle Tire team.”

Chandos Mahon, CEO of Castle Tire (

“We are honored to be Vern’s succession plan. He has worked very hard over the years building a loyal group of customers that have been with Tire Depot for over a decade. Our plan is to quickly transition customers over to Castle, continue to provide curbside and spot trailer service, and our focus going forward is to improve service reliability for our Montana and Washington customers.”

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. We collect from  over 2,500 retail, commercial, industrial, and government locations, and process over 50,000  tires a day. 

About Tire Depot:

Vern Reum started Tire Depot in 1988 to address the growing demand for tire waste services in Western Montana. This quickly grew to servicing customers in Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena, Butte, Missoula, and Polson, west into the Idaho panhandle with customers in Coeur d’ Alene and Sandpoint, and into eastern Washington with customers in Spokane, Ellensburg, Yakima, Pasco, and Richland.