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Are municipalities obligated to continue with HSP collection up until December 31, 2022?
How and where do I register as a Blue Box producer?
Does a First Nation need to register with the Authority to receive Blue Box services? And if so, how can a First Nation register?
Do I have to submit the Blue Box Initial and Transition Reports if I submitted my 2020 Datacall?
What reports need to be completed by municipalities and First Nations under the Blue Box Regulation, and who needs to complete these reports?
Why do municipalities and First Nations have to report under the Blue Box Regulation?
Can a collection site accept more than 10 tires from one person in a single day?
Does RPRA pay incentives for collecting, hauling, and processing materials?
Where can I take a tire that weighs more than 12.5 kg (larger than a car or small truck tire)?
Do municipalities have to register with RPRA?
If a municipality or First Nation hires a private company to operate their collection site, does the private company have to register and report that site?
I am a municipality and I do not want to be a tire collector. Can I bring tires dropped off by residents to a registered collector?
How does tire collection happen in unorganized territories?