OFA supported the proposal to make reporting easier and faster by changing the mandate of the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (RPRA). The proposal would allow the RPRA to offer digital reporting services for a wider range of waste and resource recovery programs. OFA recommended that rural and northern regions be allowed the use of paper filings until suitable internet and broadband services are available. OFA also noted that in those areas where connectivity (broadband, internet, cell service) is not accessible or insufficient may still require traditional training and communication until connectivity is sufficient.
Submissions & Correspondence
OFA submission regarding proposed amendments to the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority’s mandate
Updated: November 28, 2019