To ensure the Stewardship Plan represents the interests of our stakeholders, we will be engaging producers, municipal representatives and service providers in a comprehensive and meaningful three-month consultation process, which is outlined in more detail below.
We encourage stakeholders to participate in our consultations and provide written feedback to help us finalize the Stewardship Plan prior to submitting to Recycle New Brunswick for approval in October 2022.
Circular Materials encourages written feedback on its proposed Stewardship Plan to ensure it represents the interests of its stakeholders.
Written feedback on the Stewardship Plan is requested no later than July 29, 2022, to firstname.lastname@example.org.All feedback will be carefully reviewed and considered as we finalize the Stewardship Plan for submission to Recycle New Brunswick by October 14, 2022.
Circular Materials Atlantic is a Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO) that supports producers with meeting their obligations under extended producer responsibility (EPR) regulations across Canada.
To ensure the Stewardship Plan represents the interests of our stakeholders, we will be engaging producers, municipal representatives and service providers in a comprehensive and meaningful three-month consultation process. Following the consultation period, the Stewardship Plan will be finalized and submitted to Recycle New Brunswick for review and approval in October 2022.
The Stewardship Plan will be of interest to all those involved as the province transitions to EPR: producers, municipalities, RSCs, First Nations communities, service providers and residents.
Consultation presentations and Q&As will be posted on this webpage following the webinar session.
Please submit written feedback to email@example.com no later than July 29, 2022.
Circular Materials will submit its Stewardship Plan to Recycle New Brunswick for approval by October 14, 2022. We will communicate to stakeholders when the plan has been approved.
The transition to EPR will occur six months following approval of the Stewardship Plan by Recycle New Brunswick.
The Designated Materials Regulation under the Clean Environment Act provides a definition of “brand owner” that the Stewardship Plan further defines to incorporate a hierarchy.
The hierarchy prioritizes responsibility on:
As the time between plan approval and plan implementation is only six months, we are planning for implementation in parallel with plan development. Producers subscribing with Circular Materials as their agent in New Brunswick are required to report the quantity of consumer packaging and paper supplied in New Brunswick for 2021 between September 1 and October 31, 2022.