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End of life vehicles in Ireland

CaitriМЃona Collins

End of life vehicles in Ireland

a sectoral report

by CaitriМЃona Collins

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Published by E.P.A. in Wexford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Automobile-related wastes -- Environmental aspects -- Ireland.,
  • Refuse and refuse disposal -- Environmental aspects -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementauthors: Caitríona Collins ... [et al.].
    ContributionsIreland. Environmental Protection Agency.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15518156M
    ISBN 101840951044
    OCLC/WorldCa52233655

    There are a number of routes that an end of life vehicle may take in Ireland. At dismantling facilities, parts may be removed and sold for re-use. The rest of the end of life vehicle may be delivered to a metal merchant or directly to a metal shredder. The European Union (End of Life Vehicles) Regulations (SI No of ) as amended came into effect on 30 July The Waste Management (End of Life Vehicles) Regulations were introduced in Ireland in The purpose of the Regulations is to ensure that old end-of-life vehicles are de-polluted and dismantled in a manner that will not.

    End-of-Life Vehicles. The European Union (End of Life Vehicles) Regulations (SI No of ) came into effect on 30 July The Waste Management (End of Life Vehicles) Regulations were introduced in Ireland in These regulations ensure that when a car is scrapped, as much material as possible is recovered and recycled. The purposes for which these Regulations are made include the purpose of giving effect to European Parliament and Council Directive /53/EC of 18 September, on end-of-life vehicles as amended by Article 4 of Directive //EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December amending Council Directives 76//EEC,

    End of Life Vehicles. Motor vehicles have been around for little more than one hundred years, however, due to the mass production of cars, it is estimated that around - 2 million end of life vehicles (ELVs) are arising in the UK each year ().EC Directive on End-of Life Vehicles Directive /53/EC aims to: Reduce the amount of waste produced from vehicles when they are scrapped.   End-of-life vehicles: guidance for waste sites (Environment Agency) This summarises the requirements for applying to become an ATF and includes links to specific guidance on depolluting ELVs. 4 Author: Office For Product Safety And Standards.


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End of life vehicles in Ireland by CaitriМЃona Collins Download PDF EPUB FB2

: End of Life Vehicles in Ireland: A Sectoral Report (): Caitriona Collins: BooksAuthor: Caitriona Collins. • It ensures that the vehicle is recorded as an end of life vehicle on the National Vehicle and Driver File (NVDF), in the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.

• It ensures that no further transactions such as a change of ownership can be processed against the vehicle and that the vehicle owner will no longer be liable for motor tax in respect of the vehicle. The only document you need to give the facility is the Vehicle Registration Certificate (RF) or the log book for the car.

All intact end-of-life vehicles must be accepted from the owner of the vehicle free of charge. You should only deal with a properly permitted authorised treatment facility when disposing of your old vehicle as these are the only ones that can issue Certificates of Destruction.

End-of-Life Vehicle Statistics for Ireland. EPA waste data release, 11 July Latest reference year (Draft data: subject to validation by Eurostat) Ireland achieved an End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) reuse and recycling percentage of % in and a reuse and recovery percentage of %. Comments Off on Vehicle Recycling in Ireland Vehicle recycling is the process of dismantling of motor vehicles for spare parts.

When motorcars come to the end of their lifetime “useful life”, they convert into a source of spare parts and this has led to the creation of [ ]. The European Union (End of Life Vehicles) Regulations (SI No of ) came into effect on 30 July The Waste Management (End of Life Vehicles) Regulations were introduced in Ireland in These regulations ensure that when a car is scrapped, as.

End of Life Vehicles In order to dispose of a vehicle of which you are the registered owner, you are required to deposit it at an authorised treatment End of life vehicles in Ireland book for appropriate treatment and recovery.

The specific measures in relation to the collection, reuse and recycling of end-of-life vehicles is outlined by a European Commission Directive. An end-of-life vehicle is a specified vehicle, such as a car, which is discarded or is to be discarded by its registered owner as waste.

Vehicles normally reach the end of their useful lives, either due to age (typically around years), or because of heavy damage following an accident. Every year, end-of-life vehicles (ELV) generate between 7 and 8 million tonnes of waste in the European Union which should be managed correctly.

Directive /53/EC (Directive /53/EC - the "ELV Directive") on end-of life vehicles aims at making dismantling and recycling of ELVs more environmentally friendly. Prescribed targets for reuse / recovery and reuse / recycling of end-of-life vehicles are contained in Directive /53/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 September on End-of-Life Vehicles.

The chief regulations governing the ELV Sector in Ireland are the European Union (End-of-Life Vehicles) Regulations as amended. The ELV Directive (/53/EC) aims to reduce the environmental impact of vehicles (cars and vans – up to tonnes) when finally scrapped by introducing higher environmental standards for the treatment and dismantling of vehicles when they are scrapped.

The Waste Management (End-of-Life Vehicles) Regulations came into effect on 8 June The Regulations place obligations on producers, ie vehicle manufacturers and professional vehicle importers, to establish national collection systems for the collection, storage and treatment of end-of-life vehicles and to achieve new recovery and recycling targets.

About Elves. ELVES’ mission is to improve the processing of End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs) in Ireland. ELV Environmental Services CLG was established in representing all Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and was approved under the European Union (End-of-Life Vehicles) (Amendment) Regulations from 1 January to be the compliance scheme for the vehicle.

Collection Systems for End-of-Life Vehicles. Requirements on Producers to Register with Local Authorities. Application for Registration or Renewal of Registration. Certification of Producers. Record Keeping and Reporting. Obligations on Authorised Treatment Facilities. Appropriate Treatment and Recovery of End-of-Life.

An end-of-life vehicle must be deposited at an authorised treatment facility. Each vehicle manufacturer or importer is required to have a national collection system in place made up of at least one such treatment facility in every city and council area. These facilities provide a free take-back service for vehicles of that producer’s brand.

Vehicle recycling is the process of dismantling of motor vehicles for spare parts. When motorcars come to the end of their lifetime “useful life”, they convert into a source of spare parts and this has led to the creation of an ever busy vehicle dismantling industry in Ireland as it.

Eco-friendly treatment and disposal for end-of-life vehicles is one of our environments targets. In order to comply with the relevant end-of-life vehicle regulation as published by the Department of the Environment, please see the ELVES website, where you can find your closest recycling centre.

End of Life Vehicles Toyota Ireland is a member of ELVES, the compliance scheme for end-of-life vehicles. ELVES, on behalf of its members promotes a Network of permitted scrapyards (Authorised Treatment Facilities) that can take back your old car or small van.

European Parliament and Council Directive /53/EC on end-of-life vehicles sets out specific measures to be put in place by Member States in relation to the collection, storage, treatment, dismantling, reuse and recycling of end-of-life vehicles. The disposal of end-of-life vehicles is controlled because they can pose a threat to the environment.

Now the small stuff: Scrap cars are End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs). Permitted scrap yards are Authorised Treatment Facilities (ATFs). On behalf of the motor industry, and with approval under the ELV Regulations, we operate as the compliance scheme for the vehicle sector.

We promote reuse of component parts and recycling of scrap vehicles. Through. End of Life Vehicles. Find out more about the EU Directive including annual Irish statistics on end of life vehicles and more. Download a List of ELVs today.End of Life Vehicles Vehicle Owner Obligations for End of Life Vehicles.

Where the registered owner of a vehicle intends to discard that vehicle as waste, he or she is required to deposit it at an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF) for appropriate treatment and recovery. The vehicle can be deposited at the ATF free of charge.The Waste Management (End-of-Life Vehicles or ELV) Regulations came into effect on the 8th of June in an effort to make car manufacturers responsible for vehicles they put on the market.

These vehicles pose a huge waste problem when they are no longer wanted or used.