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Residents wanting a say in proposed product stewardship plans in British Columbia can do so at a public meeting in Nanaimo.

Residents wanting a say in proposed product stewardship plans in British Columbia can do so at a public meeting in Nanaimo.

Product Care Association, the Canadian Electrical Stewardship Association, and the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, host a meeting today, (Sept. 13) from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Coast Bastion Inn

End-of-life product waste management programs, also known as stewardship programs, are government mandated and industry managed.  B.C. already has several programs in place for consumers to safely dispose of items not destined for landfills.

Public meeting are being held in key regions of B.C. to review product stewardship programs with the public before filing the plans with the B.C. Ministry of Environment.

 

For more information, please go to www.bcstewardconsultations.ca.