The CIWMB provided the Waste Tire Track and Other Recreational Surfacing Grant Program to promote markets for recycled-content products derived from waste tires generated in California and decrease the adverse environmental impacts created by unlawful disposal and stockpiling of waste tires. In 2005, this program was replaced by the Tire-Derived Product (TDP) grant program.
The following, in addition to the links on the left, provide more detailed information and resources about these grants and the tire grant programs in general.
Signage Information for Grantees
CIWMB requires that a permanent sign be posted at the project site. You must indicate the number of California waste tires diverted from the waste stream on the sign.
- Sample. Sample file for viewing, with required specifications.
- Encapsulated Postscript (EPS) version. High resolution file for production purposes (provide this file to sign company).
- Oxnard Unified School District (Adolpho Camarillo High School)
- Golden West College
- Coalinga High School
- Fair Oaks Recreation and Parks District
- West Cottonwood Jr. High
For more information about completed projects, search the Board's grants database.
Information About Past Cycles
As available, includes application information as well as a link to information about the grants that were awarded.
If you have questions that are program specific, please contact Elena Yates.