2024 Spring Articles

Spring clean your old gadgets: Recycling electronics has never been easier - Vancouver Sun

The change of seasons offers a prime opportunity for spring cleaning, and Earth Day is the perfect time to take it a step further by recycling electronics you no longer need.

Clearing the Tech Clutter: Proper Electronic Waste Disposal for Earth Day

With Earth Day just around the corner, let's chat about something important: electronic waste. In an era of rapid technological advancements, many of us swiftly swap out old gadgets for newer models, often leaving the outdated ones collecting dust in drawers or much worse, left in the trash.

2024 Spring Media

Breakfast Television - Earth Day 2024

Sid is joined by President and CEO of Electronics Product Recycling Association, Cliff Hacking to talk about how to recycle electronics and the environmental benefits of doing so.

Tech Expert Lisa Chang on Cityline

Tech Expert Lisa Chang shares tips that you can implement at home to make a positive impact on the growing electronic waste issue. 

2023 Fall Media

Simple Steps to Take to Protect Yourself Online

Tech Expert, Marc Saltzman provides CTV Morning Live with a few simple steps to take to protect yourself online!

Marc Saltzman speaks to CP24 Breakfast TV

Marc Saltzman speaks to CP24 Breakfast TV about the latest, greatest tech for holiday shoppers and reminds viewers to recycle through Recycle My Electronics programs for safe, secure recycling for business, residents and the environment.

The safe and proper way to recycle your electronics

Sid and Meredith are joined by the President and CEO of Electronic Products Recycling Association, Cliff Hacking, to talk about the correct way to recycle your electronics.

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Advancements with Ted Danson Explores Innovations in Green Recycling Processing

Cliff Hacking, President and CEO of EPRA, along with guests Marc Saltzman, industry expert and Scott Loughran, e-Cycle talk about the importance of recycling electronics on this educational series.  

2023 Radio Interviews

Tech Talk with Marc Saltzman - October 15, 2023

Marc will tackle the latest news, reviews and how-to’s, to help you gain a clearer understand of what’s hot, what’s not and why. Aired across the country on

  • NewsTalk 1010 - Toronto

  • CJAD 800 - Montreal

  • BNN Bloomberg 1410 AM - Vancouver

  • 580 CFRA - Ottawa

  • 680 CJOB - Winnipeg

  • CJBK 1290 - London

  • AM 800 - Windsor

  • BNN Bloomberg 1150 AM - Hamilton

  • NewsTalk 610 CKTB - Niagara Region

  • CKSI-FM - Thunder Bay

  • CIIG 98.3 - Muskoka

Cliff Hacking on Toronto Mike'd

The national Podcast invited Cliff Hacking to discuss A Welcome Diversion, the importance of recycling electronics, from the industry led-not for profit. Toronto Mike’d falls within the top 10 most popular listed podcasts in Canada.

2023 Fall Print

EPRA/Recycle My Electronics on the Daily Hive

Here’s what you need to know about recycling old electronics in British Columbia. With the back-to-school season in full swing and the holiday shopping season approaching, Canadians will be seeking out new tech for the year ahead.

EPRA/Recycle My Electronics in Principl(ed) Magazine

Return-It and EPRA/Recycle My Electronics provide British Columbians with safe and environmentally responsible ways to reuse or recycle old, obsolete, broken and unwanted electronics devices.

Science World's: In the Loop

Can my old TV power my Car interview with Craig Wisehart.

2023 Spring TV Interviews

2023 Spring Articles

Global Heroes

For over a decade, EPRA/Recycle My Electronics has been helping Canadians from coast-to-coast safely and securely recycle their end-of-life electronics and ensure what’s inside counts.

Read the full article on globalheroes.com


2022 Fall TV Interviews


Craig Wisehart of the Electronic Product Recycling Association of BC on CJAX FM.


Cliff talks to the AM640 audience during the Kelly Kutrara show about how to drop off old electronics at one of the 2,500 RME drop off locations across the country; how wide the network of recycling processors are in Canada; the types of electronics that can be recycled and what might not be accepted.