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Retailers

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    Who is a Tyre Retailer?

    A tyre Retailer is outlined in the new tyre regulations as a person who for the purpose of trade or…

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    How will waste at retail outlets be managed at the start of the scheme?

    Retailers are advised to reduced all stocks of waste tyres in the lead up to the start of the scheme,…

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    How will the vEMC be managed?

    The vEMC is charged by the Producer who is the first person to put the tyre on the market.  They…

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    When is the vEMC due on opening stock?

    The vEMC due on opening stock will be invoiced as these tyres are sold.

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    When did Repak ELT Registered Collectors begin collection?

    Repak ELT Registered Collectors can only collect from member outlets from Monday 2nd October 2017. They will be prohibited from…

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    How will opening stock be dealt with?

    Retailers must declare opening retail stock.  The vEMC on opening stock is paid as the tyres are sold.  The declaration…

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    Are you prohibited from buying from producer within state if they are not registered?

    Yes.  The regulations state that you may only purchase from a registered Producer.

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    How do I know if I am an accidental producer?

    If you are the first person to put a tyre or vehicle onto the market – you are the producer…

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    Will late reporting affect my free 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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    Can I report by weight?

    No. All reporting is by unit

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

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