CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants

What are CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants?

The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery’s tire grant programs are designed to encourage activities that will promote reducing the number of waste tires going to landfills for disposal and eliminating the stockpiling of waste tires. Activities include tire pile cleanup and enforcement, market development, and demonstration projects. Revenue for the grants is generated from a tire fee on each new tire sold in the state of California.

Who are eligible for the CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants?

To be eligible for a grant the grantee must be a public entity, such as a city, county or public school.

How to apply for the CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants?

A public entity such as a city, county or a public school must submit a project proposal for the purchase of RubberBark and other tire-derived products for updating a school’s playground, crating an outside community area in a housing development, or renovating existing landscape.

How much funding is available for the CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants?

Approved projects are granted 100 percent financial reimbursement to buy RubberBark and/or other tire-derived products for their project.

Where to send applications for the CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants?

Applications for the CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants may be submitted at:

CalRecycle
Financial Resources Management, 9th Floor
TDP Grant Program
1001 I Street
P.O. Box 4025
Sacramento, CA 95812-4025

For more information on the CalRecycle’s Tire Recycling, Cleanup, and Enforcement Grants, contact:

CalRecycle
Financial Resources Management, 9th Floor
TDP Grant Program
1001 I Street
P.O. Box 4025
Sacramento, CA 95812-4025

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