Leading the industry by creating new uses and markets for old tires while offering 'home town' customer service with high end options.

Company History
EnTire Recycling was founded in 1995 at Nebraska City, Nebraska.  EnTire's mission is to keep scrap tires out of landfills and ditches by recovering the major resources in tires ―rubber, steel and fiber―and creating new markets for our core product, crumb rubber.

In 1998 EnTire helped bring artificial grass to the forefront of the athletic world when it promoted this new product to the University of Nebraska for use in Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. In 1999, this was the first installation of crumb rubber in artificial grass in a Division I football Game Field, and the proving ground for many fields to follow.

EnTire also pioneered the use of safe, "green," crumb rubber in playground products and rubber-modified asphalt highway surfaces using the Vestenamer®. Today, EnTire has supplied the rubber for hundreds of football and soccer fields in the U.S. and abroad. We're industry leaders in creating safer, ADA compliant playgrounds and we're improving road safety by the mile with our rubber in asphalt products.

Where We Are & How to Contact Us
EnTire Recycling is located in Phelps City, Missouri near Rock Port; two miles off Exit 110 on I-29, and just over an hour from Omaha, Lincoln, Nebraska and St. Joseph, Missouri.

Our address is 13974 U.S. Hwy 136, Rock Port, MO 64482. Our phone number is (660) 744-2252 and our fax number is (660) 744-2732. Feel free to call us or email us at office@entirerecycling.com to discuss any product or service you might require. It's our pleasure to customize products and projects that meet your needs.

EnTire in the News...
New chemical knocks out tanker fire in no-time, Atchison County Mail, July 22, 2004
EnTire promotes new, environmentally-sound rubber asphalt, Nebraska City News-Press
State paves highway with recycled rubber, Nebraska City News-Press, September 28, 2001
Nebraska City crumb rubber on way to Super Bowl, Nebraska City News-Press
State asked to put some rubber in the road, Lincoln Journal Star, January 22, 2000
Community unites in playground project, Fremont Tribune
Destination: New Zealand, Nebraska City News-Press, June 25, 1999
Market Maker, Scrap Tire News, Volume 13, Number 5, May 1999
EnTire Recycling sees product's acceptance, Auburn Newspaper, February 14, 1999
Scrap tires rolled into new uses, Lincoln Journal Star, July 6, 1998
Agency says concerns may slow tire cleanup, Omaha World-Herald, July 5, 1998
Recycled tires help banish mud, weeds from playground, Omaha World-Herald, July 4, 1998
Recycler helps rubber meet the road
again, Lincoln Journal Star, May 3, 1998
Tire-asphalt paving mix to be tried, Omaha World-Herald, April 30, 1998
Cushioned landing, Wahoo Newspaper, November 13, 1997
Recycled tires get new lives, Omaha World-Herald
NSRA honors EnTire Recycling for production of crumb rubber, Nebraska City News-Press
New law helping old tire piles hit the road, Lincoln Journal Star, September 23, 1997
Used tires pave road to future, Gerking says, Nebraska City News-Press
South Sioux paving project uses crumb rubber from tires, South Sioux City Journal
EnTire Recycling to test rubber crumb surface at Nuckolls, Nebraska City News-Press, April 15, 1997
Nebraska City tire recycler will begin cryogenic process, Lincoln Journal Star, October 7, 1995
Plant recycles tires into usable products, Nebraska City News-Press

         Crumb Rubber        Playgrounds       Athletic Fields         Molded Mats   Modified Asphalt

13974 U.S. Highway 136, Rock Port, Missouri 64482
office@entirerecycling.com             (660)744-2252