Officially, Product Care Association (PCA) is a federally incorporated, not-for-profit, product stewardship company. That’s a complex description for what is actually a fairly simple idea:
At our core, we are a group of people committed to making the recycling of special waste easy for everyone.Whether you are a consumer or a business, we strive to be your trusted guide through the recycling landscape, which can sometimes feel intimidating or confusing, with all of its technical jargon, myriad of programs and detailed regulation
In 1994, the province of British Columbia introduced EPR regulations for paint, obligating paint producers to develop recycling processes for their end-of-life products. The regulations were stringent and comprehensive, requiring producers to create collection networks, product transportation systems, processing standards, reporting and auditing practices, public awareness and education strategies, and more.
In response, paint producers united to form Paint Care, a federally incorporated, not-for-profit organization that would manage every aspect of the provincial EPR requirements on their behalf, ensuring that its members were compliant.Paint Care was a tremendous success, capturing significant volumes of paint in its recycling program. In 1997, Paint Care expanded its purview to include household hazardous waste materials (pesticides, flammable liquids and solvents) in response to new EPR regulations around these materials.
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