Why join Circular Materials?
We are created for producers, by producers.
We design blue box recycling systems that advance innovation, deliver improved environmental outcomes and harness competitive procurement to provide the best value for producers.
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Circular Materials is committed to helping producers meet their recycling regulation requirements across Canada.
Registering with Circular Materials to support you in meeting your EPR obligations is simple, and we’re here to support you throughout the process.
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We work with some of the biggest (and smallest) producers in Canada and we’d love to work with you too.
“We are pleased to be joining Circular Materials, a producer-led, not-for-profit producer responsibility organization (PRO), as the next step in the evolution of providing blue box recycling services in Ontario. In addition to helping improve recycling rates, joining this PRO supports our ambition to move toward a more circular economy, which is good for everyone.” – Adam Butler, President, Kraft Heinz Canada and NA Coffee
“In Canada and across the world, Costco is committed to doing its part to help and contribute to real, results-driven positive impact. Joining Circular Materials as a founding member is a unique opportunity for Costco to work in collaboration with other producers in creating a not-for-profit organization that will support industry with meeting its regulatory obligations and building a circular economy.” – Pierre Riel, Senior Vice President and Country Manager, Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd.
“Keurig Dr Pepper Canada is proud to be a founding member of Circular Materials, and to have the opportunity to work with other leading organizations and associations to the advancement of an improved, and more circular recycling system in Ontario. Building a circular economy will require dedicated commitment from all producers and stakeholders along the value chain, and we are confident that the founding members of Circular Materials can efficiently support this transition with a focus on innovation, cost efficiency and fair competition.” – Stéphane Glorieux, President of Keurig Dr Pepper Canada
“Over a century ago, Lassonde’s dream was to help local fruit growers with their surplus crops. Today our challenge is to rethink long held recycling rules and processes with the goal of better supporting Ontarians. With this in mind, Lassonde is proud to join leading food, beverage and consumer manufacturers, as well as retailers and restaurants in launching Circular Materials.” – Claire Bara, President of A. Lassonde Inc.
“Working towards a waste-free future is an urgent priority for us at Nestlé and it requires industry to work together, which is why we are proud to be a founding member of Circular Materials. This is a producer created organization that supports our ambition to collect and recycle all the packaging we produce and ensure that no waste ends up in nature.” – John Carmichael, President and CEO, Nestlé Canada Inc.
“Coca-Cola continues to build on its ambitious World Without Waste strategy to drive systemic change through a circular economy for our packaging. We are committed to making 100% of our packaging recyclable by 2025, using at least 50% recycled material in our packaging by 2030, and collecting and recycling a bottle or can for each one we sell. Through our partnership with Circular Materials, we will effectively turn old bottles into new ones.” – Philip Cox, General Manager, Coca-Cola Ltd.