The End of Life Vehicle Directive states that vehicles must be 85 percent recyclable by weight, and encourages the use of recyclable materials in new vehicles as well as replacement vehicle parts.
What does ELVD stand for?
ELVD stands for End of Life Vehicle Directive (EU)
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He played a major role in launching and developing the motor industry sustainability report, the annual CO2 report and took a lead on a range of high-profile policy campaigns including the End of Life Vehicle Directive, Block Exemption and the Climate Change Levy.
A Black Country metal finisher is embracing the drive for environmental best practice by investing pounds 320,000 into helping its customers meet the End of Life Vehicle Directive.
SMMT has recently represented the industry view on key issues such as the End of Life Vehicle Directive, UK manufacturing and Block Exemption.
The spokesman added: "The government is looking to introduce the End Of Life Vehicle Directive and, if this comes into force, we will look to stringently apply its principles.
Under the End of Life Vehicle Directive (ELVD), all cars now have to be taken to be de-polluted at scrapyards which are licensed as an automotive treatment facility.