A stewardship program means that producers of products are responsible for the end of life management of those products. End of life management means the collection, recycling, and proper disposal of these products.
There are many programs operating within British Columbia and the Peace River Regional District. The programs collect many different materials.
To find out where certain items can go, click the following links.
Where can I take my…?
- Paint, Pesticides, Light Bulbs, etc.
- Used Oil and Anti-freeze
- Printed Paper and Packaging
- Drink Containers
- Electronic Stewardship Association of BC
- Small Electric Appliances and Electrical Power Tools
- Large Appliances
- Outdoor Power Equipment
- Electric Toys
- Lamps and Fixtures
- Small Batteries
- Lead-Acid Batteries
For other items not specially covered off by the programs list about, check out the Recycling Council of BC.
Don’t forget to download the pRRRdy Says App in the app store to find the location closest to you!
Provincial Stewardship Programs
There are numerous provincial stewardship programs that have been developed to take back a variety of items to be recycled, reused, and disposed of in an environmentally sound manner. For more information click on the various links to learn more about these provincial stewardship programs: