Beginning in 2020, you will need to report the following information:

  • total actual weight of processed materials
  • number and calculated weight of total tires used and collected in Ontario
  • number and calculated weight of total tires sent for reuse on a vehicle
  • number and calculated weight of total tires sent for reuse for a new purpose
  • number and calculated weight of total tires retreaded
  • actual weight of total processed tire materials, by material
  • date and location of collection events

There are two tire categories for reporting purposes:

  • tires greater than 700 kg (large tires)
  • tires equal to or less than 700 kg

Deadline: Tire performance reporting is due May 31 of each year.

Learn more about annual reporting requirements

Tire producers are required to ensure that at least 85% of the tires they collected, or were collected on their behalf, are recycled, retreaded or reused. As the PRO responsible for organizing the collection, recycling or retreading activities on behalf of a producer, you will be able to report on the extent to which the producer achieved that target.

Beginning in 2020, you will need to report the following information for each producer:

  • number and calculated weight of tires used and collected in Ontario
  • number and calculated weight of tires sent for reuse on a vehicle
  • number and calculated weight of tires sent for reuse for a new purpose
  • number and calculated weight of tires retreaded
  • actual weight of processed tire materials, by material type
  •  date and location of collection events held
  •  their tire collection system
  •  their tire management system

Deadline: Tire performance reporting is due May 31 of each year.

Note: as a PRO, you cannot report new tire supply data on behalf of your producers – they will have to log into their Registry account once a year to provide this information and pay the required Registry fee.

Learn more about annual reporting requirements