Multi Material and Other

Summary of Materials for EPR in the North – Canadian Council for Ministers of the Environment, 2015 (812)

As a sub-consultant to Sonnevera International Corp., quantified material flows for electronics, tires, lubricating oil, paint, consumer batteries, aerosols, and fluorescent lights in the three northern territories – Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut – as well as “remote regions” in northern parts of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

CCME Phase 2 EPR Materials Research – CCME, 2010 (744)

Project manager for a study that examined the feasibility of addressing the CCME designated Phase 2 priority products (construction and demolition materials, furniture, textiles and carpets, appliances) within the 8-year timeline outlined by the CCME EPR Plan. The study research included collecting available baseline information on waste quantities and current management methods; identifying existing or planned EPR programs targeting the Phase 2 materials; and preliminary analysis of reasonable targets for an EPR program. Project was completed in partnership with Marbek Resources of Ottawa, ON.