About Electronic Product Recycling Association (EPRA)
About Electronic Products Recycling Association As a recognized industry-led not-for-profit organization, Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) provides environmental compliance programs for manufacturers, distributors and retailers of electronics. EPRA is responsible for implementing and operating, on behalf of their stewards, a safe and secure program for the recovery and reclamation of end-of-life electronic products.
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Approximately 100 Million Devices have been successfully diverted from landfill since the program started in 2009.
About EPRA Nova Scotia
EPRA Nova Scotia operates as part of the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) and is responsible for managing the industry-led and government-approved electronic products recycling programs that’s available for consumers and businesses in Manitoba.
More than 500 manufacturers, retailers and other stakeholders are stewards of the EPRA Nova Scotia Program plan, which is approved by government in accordance with the Government of Nova Scotia's Electrical and Electronic Equipment Stewardship Regulation program.
EPRA Manitoba annually collects over 480,000 devices in the province for recycling. Since launching in Manitoba on August 1, 2012, EPRA Manitoba recycled more than 8,560 metric tonnes of end-of-life electronics in an environmentally sound and socially responsible manner, diverting over 1.3 million devices from landfills and illegal export.