Product Care Association

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Product Care Association (PCA) has devised, implemented, and led successful waste diversion programs across Canada and the United-States. This organization currently manages stewardship programs in BC, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario, Québec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, as well as P.E.I. and Washington State.

Commercial and Industrial Members

To learn about the recycling programs of accepted products, and obtain useful information specific to manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers and other businesses that are potentially obligated under provincial regulation, please visit the Welcome Members section of the Product Care website.

A Program to Fit your Needs

For the list of residential, commercial and industrial collection sites in your province, visit the Lighting Product section of their website.
For assistance in the collection of a large volume of lamps (1 skid and more) issued from the commercial and industrial sectors, contact the program coordinator for guidance on how to proceed.

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LightRecycle

British Columbia, Manitoba, and PEI

The LightRecycle program includes the recycling of all lights, lamps, fixtures and ballasts used in residential, institutional, commercial and industrial applications.

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LightRecycle – Manitoba Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program

This program is for residential-use fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps.

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RecycFluo

Quebec

The Recyc-Fluo program is the Québec version of LightRecycle; it accepts mercury-containing light bulbs and fluorescent tubes from Québec consumers and businesses and recycles them responsibly, free of charge. There are more than 400 collection sites across the province. The program is operated by Product Care Association (PCA) on behalf of manufacturers, distributors and retailers of these products. If you wish to participate as a collection site or obtain the latest news on the program, please visit the RecycFluo website.

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