EPRA Earth Day Interviews on E-Recycling in Canada

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February 20, 2015
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On Earth Day 2015, Cliff Hacking, EPRA’s President and CEO, was interviewed by 10 radio stations across the country on e-waste in Canada.

In these interviews, Cliff talks about the success of the eight EPRA programs in Canada, responsibly recycling over 100,000 metric tonnes (an estimate of 15.5 million devices diverted) annually, as well as the importance of urban mining, and bringing end-of-life electronics to an authorized Drop-off location.

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GANDER MORNING with Leigh Anne Power

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INFO MORNING with Connolly-Renault-Smith

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INFO MORNING with S Sutherland-D Burke

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TORONTO METRO MORNING with M Galloway

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MORNING NORTH with M Schwabe-J Pope

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ONTARIO MORNING with Wei Chen

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ON THE ISLAND with Gregor Craigie

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THE EARLY EDITION with Rick Cluff

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EDMONTON AM 1 with Mark Conolly

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Northwest Territories end-of-life electronics recycling program is operated by The Government of the Northwest Territories.  Please visit www.enr.gov.nt.ca/programs/electronics-recycling-program for more information on electronics recycling in Northwest Territories.

End-of-life electronic products stewardship programs are not regulated in Nunavut. Select another province or close the window.

Yukon’s end-of-life electronics recycling program is operated by Environment Yukon.  Please visit www.recycleyukonelectronics.ca for more information on electronics recycling in Yukon.

Alberta’s end-of-life electronics recycling program is operated by the Alberta Recycling Management Authority (ARMA).  Please visit www.albertarecycling.ca for more information on electronics recycling in Alberta.