Assessment of Economic and Environmental Impacts of Extended Producer Responsibility Programs Operating in BC in 2014 (November 2016)
Morrison Hershfield for the British Columbia Ministry of Environment and Metro Vancouver, 2016 | Provides measurements of the financial and environmental impacts from the implementation of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) programs in BC. Includes data on job creation, greenhouse gas emissions reductions and other metrics specifically associated with the EPR program for beverage containers.
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CA State Auditor Reviews CalRecycle (November 2014)
During our review of CalRecycle’s administration of the beverage program, we noted the following: The beverage program’s long term financial health is at risk the program’s costs exceeded revenues by $100 million in three of the last four fiscal years and by nearly $29 million in the past fiscal year.
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Beverage Containers: Summary of the Stewardship Initiative for Minnesota and Wisconsin
Evaluating End-of-Life Beverage Container Management Systems for California
Kerbside Recycling: Indicative Costs and Performance
Waste and Opportunity: U.S. Beverage Container Recycling Scorecard and Report
2006 Edition, by As You Sow and CRI [PDF,1.24Mb]
Economic & Environmental Benefits of a Deposit System for Beverage Containers in the State of Washington
Understanding Beverage Container Recovery: A Value Chain Assessment Prepared for the Multi-Stakeholder Recovery Project (MSRP)
Oregon’s Bottle Bill at 30: How is it Doing?
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