BC Paint and HHW
The Product Care Association of Canada (PCA) is making amendments to the BC Paint & Household Hazardous Waste Stewardship Plan. A copy of the proposed stewardship plan is available for download and review here.
The Product Care Association of Canada (PCA) is making amendments to the BC Lamps & Lighting Equipment Stewardship Plan (LightRecycle) for the period 2017 to 2021. A copy of the proposed stewardship plan is available for download and review here.
PEI Paint: New fee rates effective April 1, 2017
Revised Environmental Handling Fees (EHFs) for paint in Prince Edouard Island will come into effect on April 1, 2017. The current fee rates for these products continue to apply to sales made up to and including March 31, 2017. For more information about the Environmental Handling Fees, please click here.
An environmental handling fee increase from $0.07 per kg or L to $0.22 per kg or
L will be effective December 1, 2016 for the Ontario Fertilizer program. To view
the full notification and additional details, click here.
New Small Remittance Policy
In order to assist our members to report and remit Environmental Handling Fee (EHF)
to PCA, requirements to report as Small Remittance Member has been revised effective
January 1, 2016. Read more.
New PCA Membership Agreement
PCA completed the filing of its articles of continuance and new bylaws with Corporations Canada under the new Canada
Not for Profit Corporations Act (CNCA). The restatement of PCA’s charter documents
to meet the requirements of CNCA also required PCA to revise its membership agreement
and policies following consultation with its members.
The member registration and fee reporting portal has now been updated to include
the new membership agreement. If you have not already agreed to
the new membership agreement, you will be required to accept before you can file
your next report. You will be prompted to accept the agreement upon logging in to
your account. Read more.
PCA’s Ontario Paint & Coatings Industry Stewardship Plan launched
June 30, 2015 in Ontario. If you are interested in learning more about this program,
please view our FAQs by click here.
In December 2015, PCA distributed a Decision Tree to assist members when classifying foundation,
roof and driveway coatings. The Decision Tree is effective April 1, 2016 for all
PCA Ontario paint and coatings members. All other paint and coatings product inclusions
ON Pesticide, Solvent and Fertilizer ISP
PCA’s Pesticide, Solvent and Fertilizer Industry Stewardship Plan
(PSF ISP) launched April 1, 2016. For more information about the Environmental Handling
Fees and how to register, please click here.
BC/MB/PEI LightRecycle and QC RecycFluo
New Product Guide is available with information combined from all programs. Read more
Product definitions have been revised for all LightRecycle Programs effective April
1st, 2016. Read more