Media Advisory - Event and Interview Opportunity - PEI's Electronic Products Recycling Association Thanks Islanders for 5 Successful Years

CHARLOTTETOWN, July 20, 2015 /CNW/ -



Electronic Products Recycling Association of PEI

Department of Communities, Land and Environment



The Electronic Products Recycling Association is celebrating five years of Islanders responsibly recycling obsolete electronic products. Since 2010, residents have diverted 3,000 tonnes of waste, nearly 465,000 electronic devices, from landfills.




Green Isle Waste Watch Drop-off Centre

7 Superior Crescent, Charlottetown



Tuesday, July 21

1 p.m.



  • Hon. Robert Mitchell, Minister of Communities, Land and Environment
  • Mr. Cliff Hacking, President and CEO, EPRA
  • Mr. Gerard MacLellan, Executive Director, ERPA Eastern Canada


About EPRA
As a recognized industry-led not-for-profit organization, EPRA provides an approved environmental compliance program for manufacturers, distributors and retailers of electronics. It is responsible for implementing and operating, on behalf of its stewards, a responsible program for the recovery and reclamation of electronic products in accordance with standards established by EPRA.


SOURCE Electronic Product Recycling Association (EPRA)

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For further information: Gerard MacLellan, Executive Director, EPRA Atlantic Canada, Phone: (902) 481-8228, Email:

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