By Allen Langdon, MMBC Managing Director
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Businesses that sell packaged goods or supply printed paper to British Columbia residents are classed as stewards under the BC Recycling Regulation, making them legally and financially responsible for the costs of recycling the packaging and printed paper supplied to residents in BC
Local governments, companies and organizations that collect residential packaging and printed paper or prepare it for shipment to end-markets are service providers and can contract with MMBC to provide services
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British Columbia is transitioning responsibility for end-of-life management of packaging and printed paper (PPP) from governments and their taxpayers to industry and their consumers. As part of this approach, stewards (companies and organizations that supply PPP to residential consumers) were required, under the BC Recycling Regulation, to have or be part of an approved stewardship plan to recover PPP.
As a result, those affected by this regulation are companies and organizations that are stewards as well as local governments, companies and organizations that collect PPP or prepare it for shipment to end-markets.
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