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ELVES, the collective compliance scheme for end-of-life vehicles, are delighted to have rolled out their Traction Battery Programme and associated online training course.
The team at ELVES are busy this week at the 2018 National Ploughing Championships in Tullamore.
ELVES are excited to be able to release our Annual Report 2017 detailing our activities during our first year of operation.
We have been out promoting car recycling at Vantastival.
ELVES are delighted to announce the roll out of the Traction Battery Programme for all ATFs across the country.
ELVES is delighted to have 2 new independent non-executive directors join the Board.
We are delighted to say that with the latest ATF sign up, we now have 49 ATFs across the country in the ELVES Network, meaning we have a presence all over the country.
This week the EPA launched a new Waste Statistics Portal providing one online location for national waste statistics for Ireland. The portal can be used to find information on ELVs and other waste streams including electronics, composting, and packaging.
A year ago this month, ELVES started operating as the approved compliance scheme for end-of-life vehicles in Ireland. Our first year of operations has seen us make good progress on establishing an ELVES Network of permitted scrapyards (Authorised Treatment Facilities – ATFs) all over Ireland. We now have a strong geographic coverage with 48 ATFs in the Network.
If you are registered with Revenue, have a TAN, and sell used previously un-registered vehicles (M1 & N1) to an Irish driver in Ireland, then you are obligated under the ELV Regulations. ELVES is accepting membership applications from undertakings that manufacture (new) and/ or supply (used) vehicles to the first consumer (the first title holder or driver of the vehicle) in the State.