Waste Management Program

fact sheet

Division of Environmental Quality

Director: Kyra Moore

According to Code of State Regulations 10 CSR 80-8.030, haulers are required to maintain two types of scrap tire tracking forms.

  1. The Scrap Tire Monthly Summary Tracking Form – Hauler MO 780-1595 is intended to keep track of tires that haulers deliver to receiving facilities. Completion is straightforward and the hauler must simply maintain the records at his or her business location for inspection purposes.
  2. All Scrap Tire Tracking Form MO 780-1593 forms generated by the hauler must be retained for at least three years and made available to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources upon request or at the time of an inspection.
    • If a hauler has no hauling activities for any month, please complete Section 1 and legibly write, "No scrap tires hauled" in the top margin of the form. This will prevent the data tracking system from showing the hauler as out of compliance for non-submittal of tracking forms.
    • The hauler may pre-enter the Hauler Information in Section 1 with information such as company name, owner name, address and telephone number. For company name, please enter the exact name as it is printed on the Waste Tire Hauler Permit. The company owner needs to retain the form as the “original” and then photocopy it as needed. The individual or driver conducting the scrap tire hauling activities may then use a copy of the “original” for each day he or she hauls scrap tires. At the start of the hauling day, the driver should enter his or her signature and date.
    • Section 2 is intended for generator information. The first part is for the company or individual’s name, address, city, state and zip code. The generator must sign the form each time and at each location where scrap tires are picked up. The second part indicates the number of truck, passenger or off-the-road tires and date they were picked up by the hauler. If the hauler keeps any scrap tires from this location to be resold, it must be indicated on the next line. This allows the hauler to deduct from the total indicated in Section 3.
    • Section 3 is for receiver information, or the final destination of the scrap tires. Each tracking form that has Section 1 and 2 completed must also have Section 3 completed and signed each time the receiver accepts scrap tires from a hauler. The number of scrap tires specified in Section 2, minus any tires retained by the hauler to be resold, should equal the number provided in Section 3.

If you have any questions, please contact the department’s Waste Management Program.

Nothing in this document may be used to implement any enforcement action or levy any penalty unless promulgated by rule under chapter 536 or authorized by statute.

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