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

With the latest news and past articles about the end of life vehicle recycling sector and tyre recycling, or use the News Archive below to find more items.

NEWS ARCHIVE

By Will Date The government looks set to approve an approach in the coming weeks that will help end of life vehicle (ELV) recyclers to meet the 95% vehicle recovery target, set to come into effect in 2015...

By Will Date The chair of the trade association for vehicle recyclers has called on the government to step up its efforts to tackle non-compliant ELV sites, following a spate of prosecutions of ATF ...

A Chesterfield man has received a suspended prison sentence after illegally storing thousands of tyres and transporting some of them to Vietnam. Documentation found by the Environment Agencyshowed that the company was ...

By Will Date The UK could be further behind meeting European End-of-Life vehicle recycling targets than previously thought, after the government revised ELV recovery guidance relating to residual fuels in...

By Nick Mann BIS has warned it may take enforcement action against poor-performing vehicle dismantlers, after figures showed the UK failed to reach the European target for it to recycle, recover...

By Nick Mann Metals giant Sims has unveiled a significant investment in post-shredder technology which, it claims, will help vehicle dismantlers to meet European end-of-life vehicle recycling targets.