EPRA/Recycle My Electronics is your national not-for-profit organization providing trusted, proven program management for electronics recycling across Canada.
Ontario regulations for electronics changed as of January 1st, 2021 and EPRA/Recycle My Electronics programs are pleased to be a registered Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO) in Ontario, continuing to provide safe and secure responsible recycling management services to our electronics industry.
The new electronics regulation in Ontario is now in effect as of January 1st, 2021 under the Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Act.
The regulation moves Ontario to an Individual Producer Responsibility model which is overseen by the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority.
Producers can choose to cover the cost of the program through internalizing the cost in their product price or by covering the cost through a recycling fee/environmental handling fee per unit sold.
As a not-for-profit industry-led organization with a national platform that keeps costs down, EPRA/Recycle MY Electronics programs provide reliable, low-cost services that you can rely on. We have in-depth knowledge and a stellar record in meeting compliance objectives of regulators. You can count on us because we have been selected for our electronics industry, by our electronics industry.
- Brand Protection with Audit Presence
- Efficient Operations
- Leveraging Current Systems
- Proven Track Record
- Expertise with Reuse and Recycling to Ensure Safe, Secure and Reputable Practice
What do new regulations mean to Producers, Distributors and Retailers? For Ontario, EPRA/Recycle My Electronics works with obligated Stewards to achieve their mandated requirements under the Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Act (RRCEA). The regulation moves Ontario to an Individual Producer Responsibility model which is overseen by the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority. Producers can choose to cover the cost of the program through internalizing the cost in their product price or by covering the cost through a recycling fee/environmental handling fee per unit sold.
What do new regulations mean to service providers? The regulation moves Ontario to a competitive model. Haulers, refurbishers and processors work with producers (or producer responsibility organizations operating on their behalf), who are required to establish and operate a collection system for electrical and electronic equipment.
The new electronics recycling regulations in Ontario are now available and came into effect on January 1st, 2021.
Contact us, or call us and book an info session today.
Stewards (Producers/Retailers/Distributors): 1-888-567-4535 or [email protected]
Municipalities/Collection Partners/BOOK MY PICK UP: 1-833-FOR-EPRA (1-833-367-3772)
If you have questions about where you can drop off your electronics or how we can help you participate, please call us at 1-888-567-4535 or email [email protected]
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, drop-off locations may have modified hours or have closed. Please call ahead.