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CSSA News and Updates – March 2020

March 9, 2020 1:55 pm

Ready to Report webinars and resources More than 200 stewards participated in recent reporting webinars to help them prepare to submit PPP data in the upgraded WeRecycle Portal by the May 31 deadline. Webinar replays, presentations and other information for new and experienced stewards are available on the 2020 Reporting Resources webpage. MCD consultations update... Read More

Ready to Report: Webinars and Resources

January 21, 2020 12:14 pm

CSSA is helping ensure stewards are ready to report their annual packaging and printed product (PPP) data in the WeRecycle Portal by the May 31 deadline. A reminder that the Portal has been upgraded for 2020 to make the proven, secure reporting platform better and easier to use. With the... Read More

Material Cost Differentiation (MCD) Project Update (December 2019)

December 9, 2019 11:40 am

The Material Cost Differentiation project team and Steering Committee members are finalizing the materials for upcoming consultations. January meetings with the Steward Consultation Committee will include a half-day workshop to review the project outcomes and determine how best to engage with the steward community. Further information and background on MCD is available... Read More

2019 Annual Steward Meeting Materials

October 25, 2019 2:30 pm

The 2019 Annual Steward Meeting was hosted by CSSA on behalf of the stewardship programs on Thursday, October 24. It provided stewards with updates on packaging and paper recycling program performance along with next year’s program budgets and material fee rates. Below are links to the materials from the meeting:... Read More

CSSA’s progress on its plastic commitments released in New Global Commitment report

October 24, 2019 2:25 pm

Canadian Stewardship Services Alliance is a proud endorser of the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment’s common vision of a circular economy for plastics, where plastics never become waste. Today, the Global Commitment released its first progress report. CSSA’s progress on its commitments can be found starting on page 337 here.... Read More

News and Updates – October 2019

October 8, 2019 12:01 pm

Register for October 24 Annual Steward Meeting  The 2019 Annual Steward Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, October 24 at 2:30 pm ET. Based on steward feedback, the meeting will be a webinar event again this year. The Report to Stewards that includes 2020 fee rates will be distributed in advance.... Read More

Material Cost Differentiation (MCD) Project Update (September 2019)

September 30, 2019 1:36 pm

The MCD project is preparing to complete its final measurement study and to re-engage with stewards about the significant progress made toward meeting the project’s objectives. The MCD project was established in 2017 to develop a comprehensive methodology for measuring how a material’s characteristics impact the cost of recycling system... Read More

2019 Annual Steward Meeting WEBCAST – Register Now

September 10, 2019 12:12 pm

The 2019 Annual Steward Meeting (ASM) on Thursday, October 24, will be an online experience. Based on steward feedback, this year’s event will again be webcast only. The ASM, held on behalf of CSSA partner stewardship programs, provides stewards with updates on packaging and paper recycling program performance along with next... Read More

News and Updates – May 2019

June 3, 2019 12:02 pm

Reporting deadline reminder Stewards are reminded that 2019 reports of 2018 packaging and paper data must be submitted to the WeRecycle Portal by May 31, 2019. A wide range of tools and information to assist reporting, including the Ready to Report Webinars, are available on the 2019 Reporting Resources webpage. Steward survey Thanks to all... Read More

Material Cost Differentiation (MCD) Project Update (May 2019)

May 14, 2019 3:02 pm

The project’s Material Category Test to identify how many unique material categories are required to properly measure material characteristics’ influence on the cost of recycling system activities is nearly complete. The test gathered five 10-tonne samples of packaging and printed paper and four of the samples were run through a... Read More