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AR 94/2004 ELECTRONICS DESIGNATION REGULATION

(Consolidated up to 99/2018)

alberta regulation 94/2004

Environmental Protection and
Enhancement Act

ELECTRONICS DESIGNATION REGULATION

Table of Contents

                1      Definitions

                2      Electronics as designated material

                3      Maximum advance disposal surcharge

                5      Expiry

                6      Coming into force


Definitions

1   In this Regulation,

                               (a)    “Act” means the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act;

                              (b)    “Association” means the Association referred to in section 2 of the Designated Material Recycling and Management Regulation;

                               (c)    “Bylaw” means a Bylaw of the Association made under section 12 of the Designated Material Recycling and Management Regulation;

                              (d)    “electronics” means all electrical and electronic equipment or devices, whether intended for consumer, industrial or commercial use, and includes, without limitation,

                                        (i)    televisions,

                                      (ii)    computers, laptops and notebooks, including CPUs, keyboards, mouse, cables and other components in the computer,

                                     (iii)    computer monitors,

                                     (iv)    computer printers, including printers that have scanning or fax capabilities, or both,

                                       (v)    scanners,

                                     (vi)    audio and video playback and recording systems,

                                    (vii)    telephones and fax machines,

                                   (viii)    cell phones and other wireless devices, and

                                     (ix)    electronic game equipment,

                                       but does not include electronics contained within and affixed to a motor vehicle;

                               (e)    “Minister” means the Minister responsible for the Act;

                               (f)    “supply” means supply as defined in the Designated Material Recycling and Management Regulation.

Electronics as designated material

2   Electronics are a designated material for the purposes of Part 9, Division 1 of the Act and the Designated Material Recycling and Management Regulation.

Maximum advance disposal surcharge

3   For the purposes of the Designated Material Recycling and Management Regulation, the maximum advance disposal surcharge that may be prescribed for the following electronics is as follows:

televisions

                                       18” screen and smaller                                                  $15

                                       19” to 29” screen                                                           $25

                                       30” to 45” screen                                                           $30

                                       46” screen and larger                                                    $45

desktop computers (including CPU, mouse, keyboard,
   cables and other components in the computer)               $10

computer monitors                                                                  $12

laptops and notebooks (including CPU, mouse,
   keyboard, cables and other components in the
   laptop or notebook)                                                               $5

printers (including printers that have scanning or
   fax capabilities, or both)                                                       $8

4   Repealed AR 151/2007 s2.

Expiry

5   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on June 30, 2021.

AR 94/2004 s5;64/2014; 97/2015;104/2016;99/2018

Coming into force

6   This Regulation comes into force on October 1, 2004.