October 31st marks the deadline for Producer Responsibility Organizations (PROs) to register with the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (RPRA). October 31st also represents an important opportunity for producers who want to ensure their voices are heard at the allocation table from the outset – by registering with Resource Recovery Alliance early, you can ensure your perspectives are fairly represented from day one.
As of November 1, registered PROs can begin proposing rules to RPRA for creation of an allocation table, which has potential to shape the resource recovery landscape for years to come. Resource Recovery Alliance is already registered as a PRO pursuant to the regulations - meaning we’re ready to bring your voices forward as the new rules are set.
We know that producers of designated products and packaging have an in-depth knowledge of your own recycling processes and we fundamentally believe that you deserve a seat at the table to guide how the new framework is devised. This is why we’ve established the Producers’ Alliance Council, a means by which you can provide direct input on how to efficiently and effectively meet recovery targets. The Producers’ Alliance Council will amplify the voices of producers of all sizes and scope so you have opportunity to shape what the future of resource recovery in Ontario.
We encourage you, and all producers who want to have a say in the rules that will form the allocation to register with Resource Recovery Alliance before October 31. And in doing so, you can also have the confidence that you are getting the right solution, the solution you need, and the solution you can trust.
Email our RRA team to sign up today at firstname.lastname@example.org, Craig Bartlett at email@example.com or Catherine Abel at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 1-800-392-2528 or visit www.rralliance.com for more information about Resource Recovery Alliance and our full suite of services.
Under a modernized era of full extended producer responsibility (EPR) in Ontario, producers of designated products and packaging will be operationally and financially responsible for the collection, sorting, and recovery of recyclable materials in homes, schools, and other spaces province-wide.Learn more