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Lighting Products and Batteries

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) requires the producers of products, which are designated under provincial regulations, to provide a recycling program that is accessible to consumers of the products.

Click on the following links for the recycling regulation in place in a province:

The Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority is the regulator mandated by the Government of Ontario to enforce the province’s circular economy laws.

Click on the links below for more detailed information on Ontario regulations targeting lighting products and batteries under the Circular Economy laws:

Lighting Products: https://rpra.ca/programs/lighting/

Batteries: https://rpra.ca/programs/batteries/

Find here a guide designed by an Electro Federation Task Force, to help distributors and retailers maneuver the currently unique ONTARIO system.


Stanpro is keeping its customers updated about its products which are affected by a legislation currently in place or in effect in the future.

With an ongoing effort to protect the world’s energy resources, legislations are passed, setting important energy efficiency standards. Because the legislations could affect lighting products and systems you currently use, Stanpro helps you decipher what they mean and what your lighting system options are.

Consult our Traditional products Quick Ship Catalog to find the products covered by the federal and provincial energy efficiency regulations.

Each product concerned, which is still available, is marked in this document. The rating indicates whether production has stopped or the product is no longer available in a specific province.

Spectrum Management and Telecommunications

 Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (ICES)

Lighting Equipment

This Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (ICES) sets out limits and methods of measurement of radiated and conducted radio frequency emissions produced by lighting equipment. Click here to review the regulatory standard.

All lighting equipment sold in Canada that are targeted by this regulatory standard, must meet the Canadian requirements and be identified as such.

Please refer to Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) for more information on this regulatory standard.