Incentives for Purchasing and Using Recycled Waste Tire Products in Public Projects
The Colorado General Assembly passed legislation in 2010 (HB 10-1018), C.R.S. 25-17-202.6, concerning tire recycling and re-use programs. Specifically, the legislation provides incentives for state agencies and local governments to purchase products made from recycled or reused waste tire material in their public projects.
The purpose of this program is to encourage the beneficial reuse and recycling of Colorado waste tires. The legislation authorizes funds be made available to counties, municipalities, special districts (including school districts), and state agencies, as a financial incentive to purchase products containing recycled or reused Colorado waste tires on a reimbursement basis.
|Grantee Name||Project Type||Award Amount||Estimated tires to be used for projects|
|Douglas County School District||Athletic Field Surface||$50,000||15,644|
|Moffat Consolidated School District||Playground Surface||$45,000||5,111|
|City of Lafayette||Playground Surface||$21,000||3,165|
|Miami-Yoder School District JT-60||Athletic Field Surface||$50,000||5,333|
|Durango School District 9-R||Playground Surface||$15,600||2,000|
|Durango School District 9-R||Playground Surface||$39,400||4,587|
|Lewis-Palmer School District 38||Playground Surface||$50,000||5,333|
|Thompson R2J School District||Playground Surface||$50,000||10,696|
|Salida School District||Athletic Field||$50,000||5,333|
|Academy School District 20||Playground Surface||$48,450||6,835|
|Town of Severance||Playground Surface||$46,420||5,529|
|City of Burlington||Playground Mulch||$50,000||9,778|
These projects are scheduled to end by June 30 2013.
Estimated tires used for projects
|Liberty J-4 School District||Playground Surface||$45,150||8,931|
|Academy School District 20||Playground Surface||$36,330||4,031|
|Jefferson County Public Schools||Playground Surface||$50,000||4,320|
|Elbert County School District C-2||Playground Surface||$8,100||864|
|Cheyenne Public School District 12||Playground Surface||$50,000||6,785|
|South Suburban Park and Recreation District||Athletic Field Surface||$49,280||13,668|
|Town of Calhan||Athletic Field Surface||$50,000||5,511|
|Phillips County||Playground Surface||$44,400||3,022|
|Frontier Charter Academy||Playground Surface||$42,884||4,622|
|City of Aspen||Athletic Field Surface||$40,000||17,600|
|Lake County Government||Athletic Field Surface||$9,020||1,955|
|City of Evans||Playground Surface||$50,000||8,728|
These projects ended on June 30, 2012.
Estimated tires used for
|Adams State College||Athletic Field Surface||$67,050||26,000|
|Centennial School District R-1||Playground Surface||$66,281||11,675|
|Cheyenne Public School District 12||Playground Surface||$108,410||10,956|
|Lewis Palmer School District||Playground Surface||$10,930||1,840|
|City of Evans||Playground Surface||$39,163||7,035|
|Cheyenne Public School District 12||Playground Surface||$59,686||6,102|
|Pueblo County School District 70||Playground Surface||$77,555||7,390|
|Town of Severance||Playground Surface||$49,057||6,003|
These projects ended on June 30, 2011.
Please contact Brian Gaboriau at 303-692-2097 or e-mail to email@example.com (subject line: Recycling Incentive Grant Questions) if you have any questions or want to be added to the department’s e-mail contact list for this program.