Who needs to join?
All operators in the tyre industry, interested in having a compliant business, should join Repak ELT.
As a tyre operator you have legal obligations as to how you need to report and handle tyres and waste tyres in your business. If you are a manufacturer, importer, wholesaler, supplier, trader, retailer or a combination of more than one of these categories, the waste regulations impose obligations on you to report the tyres you manage, as you supply them to the Irish market. Collectors and recyclers of End of Life Tyres (ELT) also have legal obligations for the management of the waste you handle.
The regulations require you to prepare and present waste management plans and reports when submitting applications for registration and submit a report to the EPA by the 28th February of each year.
Membership of the Repak ELT scheme exempts you from having to prepare or submit the additional reports set out in the regulations.
Registering and reporting to Repak ELT fulfils all your legal requirements in relation to how your business manages the waste it creates, whether directly or indirectly, through the manufacture and or supply of tyres to the Irish market.
Non-compliant tyre operators
If you would like to bring any non-compliant tyre activity taking place in your area to Repak ELT’s attention then please click here.
This form can be filled out anonymously.
What do you get?
2015 FEES – joining for 2015 is free
Membership fee 2016
Retailers/Wholesalers/Waste Collectors (Non importers)
Retailers/Wholesalers/Waste Collectors (Non importers) is €70 (incl. VAT) and €50 (incl. VAT) for each additional premises.
Producers/Importers: €0.10 (excl. VAT) per unit that you import.
Farmers: Transactions from WASTE COLLECTORS to FARMERS will be recorded, but there will be no fees applied to FARMERS