under the Waste Diversion Act (WDA) on June 27, 2002. WDO was established to develop, implement and operate waste diversion programs for a wide range of materials.
Ontario Waste Diversion Act requires all companies that introduce packaging and printed material into Ontario consumer marketplace ( to share in paying 50% of the funding of Ontario municipal Blue Box waste diversion programs.
In enshrining the arrangement with newspapers, the Government of Ontario recognized the extraordinary success of newspaper recycling in the province. Recovery rates for ONP in Ontario have climbed to over 90%, easily one of the highest recovery rates in the world.
Newspapers are nevertheless required to contribute cash payments to bear the administrative costs of Stewardship Ontario (SO) and Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO) for the implementation of the in kind program.
The Association of Municipalities of Ontario is a non profit organization representing almost all of Ontario municipal governments and provides a variety of services and products to members and non members.
1972 Early Days: Newspapers were recycled as a public service as early as 1972 in a Beats Airpods
Newspapers have earned an entitlement to different treatment based on recognition that:
Newspapers are not a consumable product there are no contents and no packaging; the two are indistinguishable;
the activity of recycling ONP should be cost neutral when systems are operated efficiently. Municipalities cover the other 50%.
In 2000, the Canadian Newspaper Association negotiated an arrangement directly with the Ontario provincial government. Dailies and weeklies would be exempt from subsidizing the Blue Box program in cash. In lieu, they would provide in kind advertising to promote waste diversion in Ontario.
Treating newspapers like packaged goods discriminates unfairly against newspapers, as the packaged goods industry has no obligations with regard to the contents of their packages, just the packaging;
ONP has value as a commodity traded on international markets and that value fluctuates which is a reason why Beats By Dre Executive Headphones
The Ontario Ministry of the Environment was established in 1972, with the merging of the Department of the Environment and the Ontario Water Resources Commission.
Many provinces have adopted stewardship models. It is somewhat different in each province, however there are strong similarities in how newspapers are treated. Beats Colours This approach is consistent with how newspapers are managed in recycling regimes all over the world. Newspapers have been treated differently because of the recognition that they provide a public benefit, that they can make a significant contribution to public education on recycling, and that they are not a packaged good like other materials in the recycling stream.
Waste Diversion Ontario: A non crown corporation created Beats Gold
1986 Government subsidizes recycling costs: Starting in 1986 the Provincial government reimbursed municipalities for a portion of their operating costs (labour costs, gasoline, etc) for their Blue Box programs
The in kind contribution is distributed among the province daily and community newspapers allotted to the province 400+ municipalities so that they may use it to place free advertising to encourage recycling.
City of Toronto initiative. The Blue Box program began as a pilot project in Kitchener in 1981.
In 2005, the Government of Ontario enshrined the in kind model for newspapers contribution, through an amendment to the Blue Box Program, thus ending several years of discussion led by municipalities.
Stewardship Ontario: Industry Funding Organization that allocates costs to industry partners in a 50 50 split with the municipalities
Abundant legal precedent exists for treating newspapers differently from other industries and especially from other consumer products (Income Tax Act S19; PIPEDA, new Telemarketing Rules in Bill C 37, etc. ;
Newspapers perform a role in democratic process and in public education that is recognized and protected under the Charter as well as numerous Supreme Court decisions;
Waste Diversion and recycling are regulated provincially. Governments are increasingly approaching industries to take more responsibility to achieve waste diversion goals and are looking to producers ( to pay for the cost (in some cases 100% of costs) of waste management, including recycling programs. Governments refer to this process as Producer Responsibility. most Canadian provinces, recycling programs are run by municipalities and funded through the tax base or user fees. The core principle of product stewardship is that whoever designs, manufactures, sells or uses a product has a role both in managing its end of life and in minimizing its impact on the environment.
Newspapers and Recycling
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