Collection points (ecoelastikaspots) are considered all tire fitting shops and vehicle repair companies in the country, where used tires are replaced with new ones, in third-party vehicles.
The collection points are registered members in Ecoelastika and have accepted the terms of collaboration concerning the collection of used tires.
The collection points (ecoelastikaspots) bear the Ecoelastika sticker as certified partners and appear in the list of contracted collection points on the company’s website.
User Account Access for:
Tire Receipt Application / Handling Documents / Order-Receipt History / Annual Waste Report – Electronic Waste Register (H.M.A.)
To acquire the used tires that appear in your shop, download all of your information, and view your profile, apply quickly and simply entirely online with the Ecopoint application.
1) Submit an application for your used tires to be picked up from your store.
The sooner you submit your application, the better! Priority is given to applications… even if they’re turned in over the weekend!
2) Download all of your store’s information!
- Handling documents
- Orders/receipts you’ve made in the past
- Annual Waste Report – Electronic Waste Register (H.M.A.)
- Collaboration certificate
- Contract of cooperation between us
3) Profile: Edit or view your updated information (eg address, email, phone)
Select one of the two options below to connect!
New Collection Point Registration Form
Please fill in the form below and upload your business license, according to the instructions
Ecoelastika rewards ecoelastikaspots who use one of the above methods to place their order electronically.
Users of the Ecopoint application are the only ones who may claim prepaid SPENDEO Edenred gift cards worth €250 at the end of each year.
with Collection Points
The key requirement for the service of each collection point (tire fitting shop/vehicle repair company) is the acceptance of the terms of collaboration, posted in the Ecopoint Web application, and its inclusion in the roster of the (ecoelastikaspots), i.e. the collection points contracted with Ecoelastika.
In this case, the Audit Will be extended to previous years, to eliminate possible discrepancies.
The following procedure is observed:
For used tires resulting from the replacement of tires purchased by third parties (e.g. online sales), shops are required to issue a quantitative receipt form mentioning the individual’s data and the number of tires delivered to the shop for replacement (by category A, B, C, D1, D2).
If the store buys used tires and fits them to vehicles, these purchases must be accompanied by corresponding invoices. In any case, the number of used tires delivered to Ecoelastika, resulting from replacement with used (not new) tires, may not exceed 5% of the total.
In response to questions that we have received from collection points concerning Article 8 of the new cooperation agreement with Ecoelastika and the eventuality of a control mentioned in that article, we would like to clarify that this in by no means a tax audit. The control does not concern nor relates to tax matters.
If any control takes place at a collection point under Article 8, it is performed by a third-party independent controller, and shall be limited solely to the tire management issue and the application of the legislation under which Ecoelastika operates.