Waste tire management, fees and grants

The "waste tire fee" on new tires sold was reduced to $0.55 as of Jan. 1, 2018.
This fee is used to clean up illegal tire sites, conduct enforcement and promote recycling of waste tires into different tire-derived products.
An overview of changes coming to Colorado’s Waste Tire Program due to the repeal of the Market Development Fund and End Users Fund on Jan. 1, 2018.
Waste tire haulers, processors, end users, collection facilities, monofills and mobile waste tire processors are required to submit a waste tire annual report to us by April 1, 2018. 
Due by the 20th of each month
Initial, annual
Report an illegal waste tire pile in your area
Illegal waste tire grants, waste tire inspection grants, market development
Registration, registration renewal, manifests, annual reporting
Generators, haulers, collection facilities, end users fund, monofills, manifest directions, beneficial use, waste tire fee
Note: Victor M. Jaynes (aka Victor Jaynes, Jr.) and Natures Return are permanently prohibited from engaging in waste tire hauler activities, including activities conducted under another party's valid Certificate of Registration (e.g.,  Brighter Tomorrow Industries LLC).
Status of waste tire recycling