Effective extended producer responsibility (EPR) policy for hazardous and special products is critical to mandating proper collection and management, and could provide impetus for producers to improve the design of their target products. In particular, EPR should encourage the elimination of toxic substances associated with human health and environmental impacts.
We are pleased to submit the following comments on the proposed producer responsibility regulation for Hazardous and Special Products (HSP) (ERO #019-2836). Comments provided are guided by our primary focus on environmental protection and human health.
Canadian Environmental Law Association,
Citizens’ Network on Waste Management,
Health and Environment Justice Support,
Recycling Council of Ontario,
Toronto Environmental Alliance,
Waste Watch Ottawa
To view submission click the following link: MOECP – ERO 019-2836 Joint ENGO Response Submitted 26March21