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The Regulation respecting hazardous materials
The management of computer equipment under normal conditions of use is not covered by the regulation respecting hazardous materials or needs MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets), although it may contains various heavy metals (eg mercury, lead, cadmium, etc.)
On the other hand, storage, dismantling and processing of end-of-life computer equipment and electronic equipment, which has become a residual material, and the management of the material obtained therefrom, must be done under the regulation respecting hazardous materials.
Any computer equipment referred to in the 22nd Chapter of the regulation respecting the recovery and reclamation of products by enterprises of the Environment Quality Act is also covered by this regulation. These include desktop computers, laptops, e-book readers, tablet computers, input devices, peripherals, mobile phones, computer screens and television sets, etc
Implementation of the EPRA program is the responsibility of the producer
Under the EPRA, the producer is required to implement a recovery and reclamation program for end-of-life computer equipment (EPRA program) or to join an organization recognized by CRI as for the management of such a program on a collective basis in accordance with the regulations in place.
It should be noted that the computer equipment that the EPR mentions in the 22nd Chapter is not covered by the regulation respecting hazardous materials in the following cases:
– Whole and intact material (protected from the weather) stored in a store;
– Whole and intact material (protected from the weather) stored in a storage place intended exclusively for this type of material for a recovery and recovery program supervised by the EPR.
EPRA is for Electronic Products Recycling Association. EPRA is a not-for-profit organization formed by Canada’s largest electronics manufacturers and retailers. The association’s mandate is to work towards improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Canadian private sector programs for the recovery and recycling of electronic waste. Their vision is to be “ recognized as the leading operator of environmentally responsible, regulated, cost effective programs for end-of-life electronic products.”
It was in 2011 that the EPRA was established, created by the members of Electronics Product Stewardship Canada (EPSC) and the Retail Council of Canada (RCC). As an industry, this organization allows its members to contribute to the recycling of end-of-life electronic products in a safe, secure and environmentally friendly manner.
This program in made for representing members of EPRA as manufacturers, distributors and retailers of electronic products curently marketed and complies with the standards of the EPRA and the requirements of the Regulation respecting the recovery and reclamation of electrical and electronic devices at the end of their useful life products by enterprises.