Liberty Tire Recycling is a Pittsburgh, PA based company that does all kinds of cool things with used tires. They're growing, so they might be hiring.

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While many of the companies that I’ve found from the Inc. 5000 have had excellent entry level job opportunities, there have also been plenty of companies that either didn’t have jobs suitable for new college grads or didn’t even have a Careers page. I thought that I’d take today to remind you that those companies aren’t necessarily out of reach. You can always try cold calling companies that you find fascinating. One perfect example is Liberty Tire Recycling. They’re a Pittsburgh, PA based company that does all kinds of cool things with used tires. Since used tires are pretty much garbage to most people, Liberty Tire Recycling is able to get them on the cheap and use their processing techniques to do all kinds of cool things. That explains why their revenue has grown from $35.5 million to $110.6 million over the past 3 years. I have no idea if that means that they’re hiring, but they’re still worth considering.

No Retreads for Your Career

People have been retreading tires for a long time, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg at Liberty Tire Recycling. They process used tires into crumb rubber, which, in turn, can be made into things like the base for artificial turf, extruded/laminated/molded rubber goods, playground surfacing, decorative mulch, or even tire derived fuel. Get this…

Liberty Tire Recycling currently produces enough Tire Derived Fuel (TDF) to generate 100% of the electricity needed to power a city of 153,000 … equal to Chattanooga, Tennessee, Rockford, Illinois or Ft Lauderdale, Florida.

Although recycling tires sounds pretty mundane at first, it’s amazing what kind of environmental impact Liberty Tire Recycling can have by taking a creative approach to recycling. That’s why I think that they’d be such an interesting place to work. They apparently have somewhere between 650 and 1,000 employees, but only a handful are on LinkedIn. That tells me that most of their employees are working on the industrial side, but that doesn’t mean that they’re not expanding on the corporate side. If you’re as fascinated by Liberty Tire Recycling as I am, why don’t you reach out to them at corporate@libertytire.com and see if they have any job openings available. The same goes for any other company that you find with no job postings. It never hurts to ask.

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2 responses to “Liberty Tire Recycling”

  1. Jacquie Jegier says:

    I have been with Liberty Tire for five years and I must say it is a GREAT company to work for.

  2. scott salisbury says:

    Yeah i loved working with liberty tire i thought it was a real nice company till they laid me off and put cheaper wage prison work release guy in my position for 8bucks and hour so ya im pissed and broke thanks “GO LIBERTY TIRE”.

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