Collection Rate Targets and Collection Site Accessibility Targets 2014-2017
BC LightRecycle began in 2010, accepting residential-use fluorescent lights at collection sites across the province. On October 1, 2012, the Program expanded and currently accepts all lighting products for recycling without charge, including all types of lights (bulbs and tubes), ballasts and lighting fixtures used in residential, institutional, commercial and industrial applications.
The BC LightRecycle Program is managed and operated by Product Care/ReGeneration pursuant to the BC Recycling Regulation. The BC Lamps and Lighting Equipment Stewardship Plan (the “2012 Plan”) developed by Product Care was approved by the BC Ministry of Environment (MoE) in 2012.
The 2012 Plan includes several performance based targets for which reference data was available at the time the Plan was developed, such as collection rate targets for fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), as well as a commitment to establish and submit additional collection rate/accessibility targets for other lamps and fixtures in 2014.
Product Care/ReGeneration held the first public consultation webinar on Dec 8, 2014 and will hold a second public consultation webinar to discuss proposed targets for collection rate and collection site accessibility targets for the following products for which targets are not already specified in the 2012 Plan:
- HID/UV/Neon lamps
- Incandescent, Halogen, LED lamps
- Residential volumes of fixtures
- PCB containing ballasts
Collection site accessibility:
- Commercial use lamps
- Residential use fixtures
- Commercial fixtures/non PCB ballasts
You are invited to attend the second public consultation webinar on January 14, 2015. To view the webinar as a PDF please click here.
In addition to participating in the webinar, you are invited to submit comments in writing prior to February 6, 2015.
BC LightRecycle 2012 Plan Revision Public Consultation Webinar Details:
Date: January 14, 2015
Time: 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
To register for the webinar please visit: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/bgpmh77k177g&eom
Written comments will be accepted until February 6, 2015.
For further information, please contact Lauren Kulokas at firstname.lastname@example.org