What is a Registry Procedure?
Under s. 52 of the Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Act, 2016, the Registrar may establish forms and procedures with respect to submitting information through the Registry or to the Authority. These must be published in the Registry.
Regulations made under the Act can incorporate documents by reference and can require compliance with those documents. The types of documents that may be incorporated by reference include registry procedures. An amendment to an incorporated document can also be incorporated by reference. This is achieved when notice of the amendment has been published by the Ministry in The Ontario Gazette or in the registry under the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993.
As of March 2023, the promotion and education requirements for visible fees have been removed from the Tires Regulation. RPRA’s Visible Resource Recovery Fee Verification Procedure has since been revoked as it’s no longer applicable. Learn more.
What is a Compliance Bulletin?
From time to time, the Registrar will issue compliance bulletins to assist people in understanding what the regulatory requirements are and how to meet them. Compliance bulletins may also contain information about how particular regulatory requirements are being implemented.
- Fleet Operators under the Tires Regulation
- Municipal Tire Collection Sites
- Late Registration or Report Submissions
- Tire Collection Systems
- Tire Performance Annual Reporting Requirements
- Tire Performance Credits
- Tire Retreading
- What Tires Have to be Reported
As of March 2023, the promotion and education requirements for visible fees have been removed from the Tires Regulation. RPRA’s Charging Tire Fees to Consumers bulletin has since been revoked as it’s no longer applicable. Learn more.
These guides provide step-by-step instructions on how to submit reports to RPRA through the Registry.
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