ELVs and Tyres Sunday 22 January 2017
Tyres were stored at five sites across Scotland, SEPA said 7 December 2016

Fine issued following SEPA waste tyre storage investigation

A businessman has been fined £34,000 for offences relating to the storage of waste tyres at five sites across Scotland. James McHale, who had been trading under the business name ‘McIntyres’, was sentenced at Falkirk Sheriff...

END OF LIFE VEHICLES AND TYRES

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NEWS ARCHIVE

A number of waste trade associations have joined together to lobby the Environment Agency over the latest version of its Fire Prevention Plan (FPP) guidance. The Wood Recyclers Association, the Tyre Recovery Association, the ...

Chairman of the Motor Vehicle and Dismantling Association (MVDA) Duncan Wemyss has called for more funding for the Environment Agency to tackle illegal waste sites. Delivering his chairman’s report at the MVDA annual general ...

A fire at a tyre recycling site in Port Talbot has burned throughout the night and is being contained by the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service. Fire officers were called to the site at 10.55pm on Tuesday evening (12 ...

Donington Park race circuit near Derby is the venue this week for the first ever Metals Recycling Event, which will feature both a conference and exhibition with free pre-registration still available.

A fire destroyed around 200 vehicles at Charles Trent scrapyard in Poole, Dorset, on Friday night (17 June). The Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed that it was called to the site, just off the Ringwood ...

A Herefordshire man who has pleaded guilty to a waste offence has been ordered to pay £5,400 at Hereford Magistrates’ Court. At the hearing on 22 April 2016, according to the Environment Agency, Miroslav Stoyanov pleaded ...

Fire crews have tackled a ‘serious’ fire at a scrap yard and end of life vehicle (ELV) treatment site in Seething, Norfolk, which broke out late last night (10 April). Around 70 firefighters from Norfolk and Suffolk Fire and ...

New waste tyre licensing rules are in effect in Scotland from today (30 March) in a bid to clamp down on illegal operators in the sector. Under the new regulations, operators who store or process waste tyres will ...

The way in which waste material is stored and how often stocks are rotated are key to reducing the risk of deep-seated fires at recycling sites, initial results from waste fire trials suggest. The early findings from industry ...