<i>RR Conference 2013</i>: EPR lessons learned from British Columbia
RR Conference 2013: EPR lessons learned from British Columbia
British Columbia has taken a revolutionary step in establishing a province-wide extended producer responsibility (EPR) model for printed paper and consumer packaging. Fully funded by industry, this bold new approach has been the target of strong opinions from both advocates and critics. This informative session explores the diversity of opinions about what happens when a province converts its recycling system from a government-mandated model to an EPR one. In this candid session, four experts with diverse perspectives will share the nitty-gritty details of what's happening in British Columbia and will present a fair and balanced understanding of the concept, process and framework.
Find out what works for recycling at the 2013 Resource Recycling Conference to be held August 27-28 at the Marriott Louisville Downtown in Louisville, Kentucky. For more information, including information on booking a hotel room, session topics, or exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.rrconference.com  or click on the banner below.
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