Have Your Say
Share your insights, perspectives and feedback on policies being developed by the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority. We are committed to engaging stakeholders through public consultations as an important way of ensuring transparency, efficiency and effectiveness of program delivery and policy development.
Amended Blue Box Program Plan
The Authority and Stewardship Ontario are in the process of developing a proposal for an amended Blue Box Program Plan.
WEEE Program Wind Up
The government has directed Ontario Electronic Stewardship to wind up the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Program by June 30, 2020.
MHSW Program Wind Up
The government has directed Stewardship Ontario to wind up the Municipal Hazardous or Special Waste Program by December 31, 2020.
General Fee Policy & Registry Fees
The 45-day consultation period ended on March 19, 2018 and RPRA has incorporated stakeholder feedback in the General Fee Setting Policy, Fee Setting Methodology and 2018 Registry Fees for Tires.
Used Tires Program Wind-Up
The government has directed the Ontario Tire Stewardship to wind up the Used Tires Program by December 31, 2018.
Our Principles for Public Consultations
INCLUSIVENESS AND OPENNESS
Engage broadly with a wide variety of stakeholders, provide clear and understandable information, and make the consultation process accessible, comprehensible and responsive.
Engage stakeholders early before decisions are made and provide regular opportunities for engagement on key program and policy matters.
ACCESSIBLE AND COST EFFECTIVE
Consider a variety of tools and methods to gather feedback that promote efficient and cost-effective consultations
Provide opportunities for diverse perspectives and opinions to be heard and considered.
Record feedback, report back summary to stakeholders and synthesize feedback into programs and policies as appropriate.
Demonstrate the impact of public consultations on program delivery and policy development.