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2023 Fall TV Interviews

Cyber safety for holiday tech

Tech contributor Marc Saltzman shares tips to ensure you are cyber safe during the holidays.

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 Mobius Awards

Gerard MacLellan at the 2023 Mobius Awards.

CTV Morning Live - Atlantic

Gerard talks to Ana Almeida and the CTV Morning Live Atlantic audience about EPRA and the RME program; what types of electronics can be recycled; how the RME program begins to accept small household appliances; when are many electronics dropped off; what types of items may not be accepted such as ACs & refrigerators;  how to find the closest drop off location.    

2023 Fall 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.

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Ocean 100/Hot 105.5/Rewind 89.3/The Beeze 94.1/Q97.9/Pure Country 99.5/100.9 Bounce Radio/101.3 Virgin Radio/The Move 101.1

Gerrard talks to radio audiences across Nova Scotia and PEI about why electronics should not go out with regular garbage and be recycled instead; how to find a drop off location;  how the RME program now accepts small household appliances;  and how businesses can book a pick up online.

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Max 98.3/94.9 The Wave/1270 CJCB/FX 101.9/89.9 The Wave/95.1 FM/Q93

Gerrard talks to listeners across NS & PEI about EPRA;  what types of electronics can be dropped. off through the RME program but small applicances will be accepted soon;  how EPRA keeps personal data protected through the recycling process;  how EPRA proceeses all. dropped off products here in Canada for shredding;  how to find a drop off location near you online. 

2023 Spring TV Interviews

Gerard talks to Ana Almeida and the CTV Morning Live Atlantic audience about EPRA and the RME program; what types of electronics can be recycled; how to find the closest drop off location; and how EPRA protects personal information through the recycling process.

2023 Spring Radio Interviews

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Gerrard talks to radio audiences across PEI about why electronics should not go out with regular garbage and be recycled instead; how to find a drop off location; how to find out how to erase personal data from devices and how EPRA protects personal data during the recycling process.

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Gerrard talks to listeners across PEI about why it's important to recycle electronics through EPRA's RME program; how EPRA keeps personal data protected through the recycling process; how EPRA ensures that there is no illegal export of the devices dropped off; and the cost to recycle through EPRA/RME.

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Gerrard talks to radio audiences across Nova Scotia and PEI about why it's so important to recycle electronics; the types of electronic products that are accepted; how to find the closest drop off location and a full list of accepted items; where dropped off items go to be. recycled.

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Gerrard talks to New Country audience about the RME program; how the recycling process works in NS; why it's important to recycle electronics through RME program; what can be recycled and where to find a full list and drop off locations.

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Gerrard talks to New Country audience about the RME program; how the recycling process works in NS; why it's important to recycle electronics through RME program; what can be recycled and where to find a full list and drop off locations.

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Gerrard talks to the Hot 101.9 audience about EPRA and the RME program; why it's so important to recycle electronics to divert from landfill and recover valuable resources; what types of electronics can be recycled and where to find a full list and how to find a drop off centre locator.

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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.

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Gerrard talks to PEI audiences about EPRA; why it's important to recycle electronics through EPRA's program; what are some of the recoverable resources; and how EPRA keeps data protected.

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Gerrard talks to PEI audiences about why it's important to recycle electronics through EPRA's RME program; what are some of the recoverable resources; how EPRA keeps data protected that are on electronic devices; how to find a drop off location and find a list of accepted products; where do the broken. down materials go.