Simple Steps for joining Repak ELT

General

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    If an operator is late to join the scheme will they be at a competitive advantage?

    No. Regardless of when a member joins, they are legally liable for all fees from the start of the scheme…

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    What happens those who don’t comply?

    The Repak ELT member list has all compliant operators listed. If an operator is not a member, they will not…

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    Could late reporting affect my waste collection?

    Yes. Your business must keep up to date with your reporting requirements. If you are late submitting your data, the…

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    Who enforces the retail sector?

    The Waste Enforcement Regional Lead Authorities (WERLA ) coordinate the enforcement of the retail sector supported by the local authorities.

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    Who enforces the Producer sector?

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enforces producer compliance.

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    What would cause an audit to be carried out?

    Repak ELT will audit Registered Collectors on a routine basis. We will also audit a sample of members on an…

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    Can I choose my waste collector?

    Yes. A list of Repak ELT Registered Collectors is available and you may choose your collector here

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    Will only scheme members be inspected?

    No. The Enforcement agencies have asked for the compliant industry to join the scheme as soon as possible as high…

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    Are Repak ELT Registered Collectors permitted to sell retail waste as PWT?

    No. End of life tyres discarded are prohibited from being resold back onto the market for fitting onto vehicles.

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    How do I manage tyres with zero vEMC?

    For tyres with a zero rated vEMC you will continue to pay the disposal charge to your Repak ELT Registered…

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

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