What is Epra Canada?
The Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) is a North American leader in end-of-life electronics (EOLE) recycling, operating a safe and secure program across Canada.
How do I dispose of electronics in BC?
Where can I recycle? You can return your electronic devices at Return-It Electronics collection sites. You can find the one nearest you, as well as maps, hours and contact information at Return-It.ca.
What is the EPRA what they do and how they are funded?
The programs are funded through an Environmental Handling Fee (EHF) that is charged on the sale and distribution of regulated products in or into these provinces, and remitted to EPRA.
How are electronics recycled in Canada?
If it’s broken, where can I recycle it?
- Municipal collection sites (like waste depots and recycling centres).
- Special collection events (like those arranged for Earth Day).
- Manufacturers or stores involved with “return to retail” (R2R) recycling initiatives, like Staples, Best Buy, and Canadian Tire.
How much is the environmental fee in Ontario?
There is no set environmental fee for any product. The amount of the fee charged is decided by the business and must reflect the actual cost of recycling that product.
Who is Stewardship Ontario?
Stewardship Ontario is a non-profit organization established in November 2002 to develop a program plan to represent industry stewards in fulfilling their obligations to fund 50% of the cost of managing the collection and processing of residential packaging and printed paper.
Is it free to recycle electronics?
Just contact us in advance. Prescheduled kerbside / door to door recycling collections are provided FREE of charge to householders in South Dublin, Dublin City and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.
When was Epra formed?
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) is established as the successor to the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) under the Energy Act, 2019 with an expanded mandate of inter alia regulation of upstream petroleum and coal.
What does Ontario Electronic Stewardship do?
Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) is the Industry Funding Organization (IFO) for the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Program Plan.
How is Canada addressing the problem of e-waste?
The E-Waste Management Challenge Like other countries around the world, Canada is grappling with the challenge of reducing levels of unsafe disposal and processing of e-waste and increasing levels of reuse, recycling and recovery (“the three “Rs”), while also encouraging manufacturers to design safer products.
Where does electronic waste Go Canada?
When we properly recycle our electronics, they are sent to refurbishing and recycling centres across the country. These centres follow specific protocols and considerations to disassemble the devices and ensure the different materials are properly recycled and disposed of.
Who is we recycling?
We are the Electronic Products Recycling Association – an industry-led, not-for-profit organization that operates regulated recycling programs across Canada. We ensure that end-of-life electronics are handled in a safe, secure and environmentally-sound manner.
Where can I recycle end-of-life electronics in Alberta?
Alberta’s end-of-life electronics recycling program is operated by the Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA). Please visit http://www.albertarecycling.ca/ for more information on electronics recycling in Alberta.
Where can I find the new Ontario electronics recycling regulations?
The new electronics recycling regulation in Ontario is now available. • To register with EPRA Ontario as your PRO – click here. • To review the new Ontario electronics recycling regulations – click here. • Questions? Contact us: [email protected] or 1-888-567-4535 Committing to our planet’s future means properly recycling our electronics of the past.
Where can I Recycle my old electronics in Northwest Territories?
Please visit https://www.enr.gov.nt.ca/en/services/electronics-recycling-program for more information on electronics recycling in Northwest Territories. The Government of Yukon operates an electronics recycling program for a range of designated devices.