b'EPRA Newfoundland and Labrador2019 was an exciting year for Newfoundland and Labradors e-waste diversion program, and we continue to build momentum. In 2019, the program marked a significant milestone with the renewal of the provinces Product Stewardship Plan, which has been approved by the Multi-Materials Stewardship Board for a five-year period (expiring December 31, 2023). EPRA Newfoundland and Labrador (EPRA NL) is delighted to continue its work in providing a strong recycling program for end-of-life electronics (EOLE) in the province.Year over year, we seek to make our program more This past year, our province diverted 773 tonnes ofaccessible and expand the publics awareness about the electronic waste from landfills. Special collection eventselectronic recycling program in our province. This past were held in six locations in the Island portion and tenyear, EPRA NL expanded its drop-off network, totaling locations in Coastal Labrador. These events increased our60 locations across the province. Program awareness in collection volume and supported our efforts in informingNewfoundland and Labrador continues to grow and now the public about the importance of safe and securesits at 78%, representing an increase of 9% over the past electronics recycling. A special thanks to the volunteerthree years.fire departments and schools for their partnership inI also want to acknowledge the efforts of residents infacilitating the collection of EOLE.our province. Recycling programs like ours depend It has also been a remarkable year for partnershipgreatly on the publics efforts and commitment. In 2020,development with EPRA NL. Our effective partnershipsI look forward to continuing these efforts, strengthening with waste management authorities in Metro St. Johnsour program and continuing our work in safeguardingand Eastern, Central, Western and Northern regionsthe environment. have strengthened the regional collective action to successfully divert more materials back into theTerry Greenemanufacturing supply chain and away from landfills.Program Director, Newfoundland and LabradorSchedule of Operations Newfoundland and LabradorYear ended December 31, 2019, with comparative information for 2018 2019 2018 Revenue:Environmental handling fees$2,057,318 $1,968,920Interest59,826 49,9732,117,1442,018,893Expenses:Direct operations:Processing328,493343,065Collection179,874171,497Transportation, warehousing and storage516,516527,904Quality assurance sampling and recycler audits24,78619,418 1,049,6691,061,884Other:Consumer awareness and communications384,065383,305Administration367,122340,415Government fees44,92983,345796,116807,0651,845,7851,868,949 Excess of revenue over expenses $271,359$149,94416 EPRA ANNUAL REPORT 2019'