The Carlyle Group Agrees to Sell Liberty Tire Recycling To ECP

Global investment firm The Carlyle Group announced that it has agreed to sell Liberty Tire Recycling to ECP, an investor with a decades-long reputation in the environmental and sustainable solutions sector


Liberty Response to COVID-19

We Care, We’re Prepared, and We are Operating despite reduced scrap tire flow. Read more in the attached response from Steve Bigelow, SVP Sales and Marketing


Vision and Values. It's How We Do It.

We provide opportunities for our employees to thrive in a safety-focused work environment dedicated to our customers and a greener tomorrow.

Liberty Tire Recycling in Action

Liberty Tire Recycling is the premier provider of tire recycling services with over 35 locations in the United States and Canada.

Does your business or organization generate used tires requiring disposal?

customer locations nationwide call us each year to handle their scrap tires day-in and day-out


tires diverted from the waste stream each year


“green” beneficial products produced each year

We partner with our customers to achieve world-class sustainability goals

Our North American network of collection and processing facilities convert automobile, truck and off-road tires into innovative and useful products.

For a greener tomorrow

With innovative tools, technologies and processes, Liberty Tire Recycling is a leading North American conservation enterprise. We are dedicated to finding new and better ways to RECLAIM, RECYCLE and REUSE scrap tires as the base for innovative, eco-friendly products. Our efforts keep billions of pounds of material out of landfills, contributing to the well-being of our communities and the long-term health of our planet.

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Our Products

The long-lasting attributes of recycled rubber bring quality and safety to our various products while helping us achieve our conservation goals.


Our network of more than 25 processing plants converts scrap tires into raw materials that can be reused for state-of-the-art products, such as molded rubber goods, rubber flooring, rubberized asphalt and shock-absorbing athletic surfaces, as well as playground and landscape mulch.

Our business development team is always looking to upgrade our environmental practices and for smart, useful products that can be made from recycled materials. If you have an idea about new and better ways to RECLAIM, RECYCLE and REUSE scrap tires for the betterment of healthy communities, contact us at