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You've contributed to some impressive recycling and waste reduction in our province.
The program is the ﬁrst of its kind in Canada and provides a responsible option for producers to return plastic grain bags for recycling.
After much consultation and contribution from stakeholders, the Government of Saskatchewan is paving the way for an important province-wide stewardship program for managing household hazardous waste (HHW).
If your Saskatchewan-based organization supplies or distributes packaging or paper to Saskatchewan households, then your organization is obligated to participate in the MMRP.
The Solid Waste Management Strategy aligns with the Saskatchewan Growth Plan and will serve as the roadmap for waste reduction and management for the well-being of the province, its people and its future.
Information on agricultural plastics, beverage containers, batteries, electronics, scrap tires, packaging, used oil and more can be found here.
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