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This is the very first module in our portfolio, providing a starting point for the rest of our ELV training syllabus. This lesson offers an overview of end-of-life vehicles, the relevant legislation and the fundamentals of both the depollution and dismantling processes.


You must depollute all ELVs. If you do not fully depollute an ELV it will continue to be considered hazardous waste.


To depollute a vehicle, an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF) must remove the:

  • battery.

  • fuel.

  • wheels, tyres and lead balance weights.

  • liquefied gas tank (if present).

  • liquids - including coolants, antifreeze, brake fluid, air-conditioning gas, shock absorber fluid and windscreen wash.

  • oils - including engine, gearbox, transmission and hydraulic oils.

  • oil filters.

  • parts with mercury, like switches.

  • catalytic converters.

Introduction to End of Life Vehicle Depollution

SKU: ELV-5150-001
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  • eLearning Course Certificate

    - Upon successfully completing this training course, you'll recieve a PDF certificate of completion that you can download and print for your records.


    Industry Best Practice shared by Industry Experts.

    - A programme built around the IMI's newly launched National Occupational Standards.


    Free enrolment on the ELV Depollution Register (valid for 3 years).

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