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Come see Hughie our Heinkel! Find out about car recycling and enjoy some of the best acts of the '80's live in Killarney this December!
We are pleased to release the ELVES 2018 Annual Report. Our Annual Report provides an arty take on the activities of ELVES during 2018, including exciting new initiatives like our Electric ELVES programme to support ATFs in their handling of electric and hybrid vehicles.
Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport includes ELV informational leaflet with motor tax renewal reminders.
ELVES hosted three Safe Handling of Electric and Hybrid Vehicle training sessions last week in Cork, Monaghan and Kildare. Congratulations to all the participants who received their certificate.
The EPA has released the latest analysis on the 2017 ELV (End-of-Life Vehicle) data and has revealed a significant 43% increase in ELV’s treated, compared to the previous year – over 140,000 being recycled in 2017. The data also shows the country has achieved a rate of 85.9% reuse and recycling and 94.6% if you include recovery in the processing of these ELVs.
ELVES was out and about in Cork and more!
ELVES are excited to be able to release our Annual Report 2017 detailing our activities during our first year of operation.
ELVES is delighted to have 2 new independent non-executive directors join the Board.
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.