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Notice of Consultation - Revised CWTA Stewardship Plan for the Recycling of Cellular Phones in the Province of ManitobaLast Updated: 2012/10/15 @ 08:24 am
CWTA is inviting stakeholder comment by October 26, 2012.
Canada’s wireless telecommunications industry, under the auspices of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA), manages Recycle My Cell, a national cellular phone recycling program on behalf of its members within the province of Manitoba. The program accepts mobile devices that were primarily designed to connect to cellular or paging networks, regardless of brand, model, origin or age. The devices include: cellular phones, wireless smartphones, cellular PDAs, pagers, and aircards, as well as accessories.
The revised CWTA Stewardship Plan can be accessed via: http://cwta.ca/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Revised_-Manitoba_October-2012_For-Consultation.pdf
The original plan was approved by Manitoba Conservation in May 2009 and recognized Recycle My Cell as the official voluntary cell phone stewardship program in the province. The revised plan is intended to highlight how the program continues to meet the requirements of Manitoba Conservation, as outlined in the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Stewardship Regulation, in order to allow for formal regulatory approval.
Comments should be provided to:
Director, Industry Affairs
Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association
1110 - 130 Albert Street