Resource Productivity & Recovery Authority Consultations on Tire Fees Proposal

05.12.17 | Announcements



OTS would like to share important information regarding upcoming consultations being held by the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority.  


Register for RPRA’s Round 2 Consultations on its
General Fee Setting Policy & Tire Fees Proposal
December 18 & 19, 2017

The Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (the Authority) is hosting its next round of consultations related to fees.Round 2 consultations seek discussions and comments on the Authority’s:

    • General Fee Setting Policy; and
    • Tire Fees Proposal

If you are interested in participating in the consultations please click the link to register:

Round 2 consultations will continue discussions on the General Fee Setting Policy and initiate discussions on the Authority’s Tire Fees Proposal. Advance materials for the Round 2 consultations will be posted to the General Fee Setting Policy and Tire Fees Proposal Consultations page of the Authority’s website by December 11.

The Authority completed Round 1 consultations on October 4 & 5, 2017 to receive stakeholder advice and input to support the development of its General Fee Setting Policy, including objectives and principles to guide fee development. Materials, recordings and the summary report of the Round 1 consultations are available on the General Fee Setting Policy and Tire Fees Proposal Consultations page of the Authority’s website.

The final consultations (Round 3) on the General Fee Setting Policy and Tire Fees Proposal are expected to be held in February.

The Authority will also be holding consultations on Ontario Tire Stewardship’s proposed Used Tires Program Wind Up Plan, submitted on November 30, 2017. The Authority is currently reviewing the Plan to determine whether it is consistent with the Waste Diversion Transition Act, 2016 (WDTA), applicable regulations and the Minister’s directions.

Once the Authority has reviewed the Plan, it will undertake public consultations as outlined in S. 14 if the WDTA, which requires the Authority to consult when assessing an IFO wind up plan. Please check the Authority website for updates.

 

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