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Landfill will accept residents’ tires for free Sept. 10-14
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A motorist arrives at the Hall County Landfill office Monday, Aug. 13, 2018, to weigh trash prior to unloading. Hall County will be adding cells to its landfill soon and is looking at a new materials recovery facility. - photo by Scott Rogers

The Hall County Landfill will be accepting tires free of charge Sept. 10 through Sept. 14 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The landfill normally accepts tires for a fee, depending on the size of the tire. A grant from the Georgia Environmental Protection Division will cover the county’s costs for removing, transporting and processing scrap tires.

Only Hall County residential customers, not commercial dealers, will be allowed to dispose of old tires during the five-day period.

Residents are limited to 10 tires each for free disposal. Tractor trailer, agricultural vehicle and farm tires will not be accepted, and tires should not be over 20 inches in diameter or have wheels attached to them.

For more information, call the Hall County Landfill at 770-531-6851. The landfill is located at 1700 Oakbrook Drive in Gainesville.

Compiled from Hall County Government press release