Other Provincial Programs
206-2250 Boundary Rd.
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada V5M 3Z3
Encorp Pacific (Canada) is a federally incorporated, not-for-profit, product stewardship corporation with beverage container management as our core business. Our mandate is to develop, manage and improve systems to recover used packaging and end-of-life products from consumers and ensure that they are properly recycled and not land-filled or incinerated.
Alberta Recycling Management Authority
10060 Jasper Ave
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 3R8
The Alberta Recycling Management Authority is a not-for-profit association responsible for managing Alberta’s tire, electronics and paint recycling programs. Known simply as “Alberta Recycling,” the organization reports to the Minister of Environment and is run by a Board of Directors representing many stakeholder groups.
Saskatchewan Waste Electronic Equipment Program
12337 - 82A Avenue
Surrey, Saskatchewan, Canada V3W 0L5
SWEEP (Saskatchewan Waste Electronic Equipment Program) is a non-profit corporation established by manufacturers, retailers, and other stakeholders for the purpose of coordinating the collection and recycling of obsolete electronic equipment.
155 Carlton St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3C 3H8
E-waste generally refers to a broad category of electronic consumer products that are considered to be obsolete, unwanted and available for discard. This category typically encompasses computer equipment and peripherals, televisions, telephones and accessories, audio and video equipment. The purpose of the E-waste Roundup Program is to divert residential e-waste from landfill, enhance local e-waste infrastructure and management capacity and to ensure the responsible recycling of all waste material. E-waste collected under Manitoba's E-waste Roundup Program is currently sent for end-of-life processing at Global Electric and Electronic Processing (GEEP).
ARPE Québec (EPRA Quebec) - l’Association pour le Recyclage des Produits Électroniques
ARPE is the french translation for EPRA which stands for electronic products recycling association. In 2011 Canada’s electronics industry created EPRA, as the national, non-profit entity chartered with improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Canada’s industry-led and regulated electronics stewardship programs. Members of Electronics Product Stewardship Canada and the Retail Council of Canada established EPRA.
ACES is a not-for-profit association representing brand owners, manufacturers, retailers and other stakeholders who are committed to collecting and recycling electronic waste in an environmentally responsible manner. ACES is responsible for all aspects of regulated Electronics Recycling Programs approved by each jurisdiction.