B.C. Product Stewardship Plan

GE Healthcare Canada sells and offers for sale a wide range of electrical and electronic equipment for use in the health care sector in Canada and in British Columbia.

GE Healthcare implemented its own product stewardship plan for those obligated products of the electronic and electrical product category under BC’s Recycling Regulation that exceed 200 kilograms in weight and which are excluded from the Stewardship Plan submitted by EPRA BC (Electronic Products Recycling Association of British Columbia). For those obligated products < below 200 kilograms in weight, GE Healthcare has registered with EPRA BC and submits an environmental handling fee based on products sold into British Columbia on a monthly basis as of July 1, 2012.

GE Healthcare's Product Stewardship Plan for British Columbia, Canada

GE Healthcare is committed to managing its products in an environmentally responsible manner. GE Healthcare has implemented its own Product Stewardship Plan under the B.C. Recycling Regulation and offers product take-back and recycling programs to our customers for management of GE products.
For more details on the B.C. Product Stewardship Plan, click here to learn more.

GE Healthcare medical devices and products that weigh less than 200 kilograms may be recycled through the EPRA B.C. collection and recycling program. Click here for drop off locations for recycling of GE Healthcare medical products.

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