Simple Steps for joining Repak ELT


Repak End of Life Tyres

Repak ELT is a not for profit organisation, working under approval from the Department of Communication, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) to operate the compliance scheme for tyres in Ireland.

Repak ELT’s mission is to provide legal compliance for our members under the Waste Management (Tyres and Waste Tyres) Regulations 2017.

Repak ELT’s focus is to provide a cost effective system and deliver responsible and environmentally sound recovery and recycling solutions



Compliance is in everyone’s interest.  The higher the levels of compliance with the regulations, the more time enforcement officers have to focus their efforts on non-compliant operators.  The Local Authorities will enforce the retailer sector and the EPA will enforce the producer sector.



Repak ELT’s tyre compliance scheme tracks all tyres coming onto the market in Ireland throughout their life cycle to end of life.  Working with industry our goal is to develop better outcomes for end of life tyres to fulfil our environmental targets and advance the use of ELT as a resource. 

What do the new Tyre Regulations mean for you?


Explore the category below that best related to your business, bearing in mind you may have to look at more than one categories


is a person who purchases tyres or vehicles from a member producer

Read more


is the first person to put a tyre or vehicle on the market

Read more


 Repak ELT Registered Collectors only collect from member outlets

Read more

Motor Dealer

Report the tyres relating to the vehicles you manage in your business

Read more


Vehicle dismantlers report the tyres you manage in your business

Read more


The unique life cycle of a retreaded tyre will be managed in the scheme

Read more


Report the tyres recycled and recovered

Read more

Tyre Casing

Truck casings collectors report the tyres managed in your business

Read more


Must register (free of charge) to avail of tyres for your silage pit from Repak ELT Registered Collectors.

Read more

Not sure what to choose or if you need to join ?

Latest News & Events

  • Importing tyres directly? Don’t leave yourself at risk of trading outside the law.

  • Minister Naughten brings transparency to tyre industry

    Minister Signs Waste Management (Tyres and Waste Tyres) Regulations 2017 September 18, 2017 Denis Naughten, TD, Minister for Communications, Climate…

  • Rubber infill: no evidence of hazards, but new study to be launched

    Following recent publicity in the Netherlands about the potential health hazards of certain rubber granules used as infill in artificial…

The Waste Management (Tyres and Waste tyres) Regulations 2017 came into effect on October 1st. Are you ready to join?

Join today