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Scrap Tire Environmental Fee – Act 2003-332

  • July 12, 2003

On June 24, 2003, Governor Bob Riley signed into law Act 2003-332 with the effective date of this Act being September 1, 2003.

This Act provides for a “Scrap Tire Environmental Fee” of one dollar ($1) per tire to be collected at the point of sale from the consumer on replacement tires (new, used, and retread), whether or not the tires are mounted on a rim or wheel.  The Alabama Department of Revenue has been authorized to collect this fee.  A tax form and any remittance due should be filed on or before the twentieth day of the month following each month’s activity.  The first report will be for the month of September 2003 and must be filed on or before October 20, 2003.