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Seeking Comments on Draft PPP Stewardship Plan by Nov. 9

Multi-Material British Columbia (MMBC) has posted its Draft Packaging and Printed Paper (PPP) Stewardship Plan and information documents describing how it will collect and recycle PPP in British Columbia (BC) according to the requirements set out in the Recycling Regulation. We are seeking feedback on the draft plan and invite interested parties – producers and …

From principle to practice – collecting more PPP

How do stewards discharge their obligations under the Recycling Regulation in a province with a tremendous amount of existing PPP collection and recycling activity? At its simplest, translating the program delivery principles (described in the previous blog) into practice largely means assuming responsibility for the existing provincial PPP collection system through an inclusive approach for engaging …

PPP PROGRAM DELIVERY PRINCIPLES

BC has a vibrant, diverse, complex and increasingly effective web of relationships that acts as a province-wide reverse supply-chain for moving PPP from BC citizens to recycling end-markets. This reverse supply-chain comprises millions of BC residents served by hundreds of collectors who deliver PPP to dozens of PPP processors who then market the material to …

Notice to potential stewards that details the upcoming changes in the management of PPP in BC and provided them with information about joining MMBC

Friday, October 5, 2012 As you may be aware, the Government of British Columbia has taken steps to transition responsibility for managing end-of-life products from government and taxpayers to industry and its consumers. Under this approach of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), producers assume responsibility for the collection and diversion of their products and packaging at …

Notice to trade associations that details the upcoming changes in the management of PPP in BC and provided them with information to send to their members about joining MMBC

Attention: Trade Associations Executives, Government Relations, Regulatory Affairs & Policy Tuesday, October 2, 2012 As you may be aware, the Government of British Columbia has taken steps to transition responsibility for managing end-of-life products from government and taxpayers to industry and its consumers. Under this approach of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), producers assume responsibility for …