|Type of law / reference||In effect?||Subject||Products covered / Requirements|
|FEDERAL CEPA||Yes||Restriction of hazardous substances||Regulates and restricts the manufacture, import and sale of toxic substances (see Schedule 1 of CEPA - high priority substances)|
|FEDERAL Health Canada||Yes||Hazardous Substances||X medical device manufacturers must identify BPA and DEHP in any new Class II, III and IV medical devices|
|FEDERAL Energy Efficiency Act||Yes||Minimum standards||Establishes labeling and minimum energy efficiency standards (MEPS) for appliances, lights, HVAC, water heaters, electronics, other energy using products|
|FEDERAL Incandescent lightbulbs||Yes||Lightbulbs||Requires energy efficiency labeling of incandescent bulb packages and energy efficiency standards for 60-100W bulbs (January 2013) and 60-40W bulbs (January 2014)|
|BC reg 449/2004||Yes||TVs / Computers / Printers|
Label or Notification Required: -
Tax or Fee Required: -
Government Take-Back Plan: -
Manufacturer Take-Back Required: Yes
Landfill Disposal Ban: Yes
|FEDERAL Green House Gas (GHG) reporting rule||Yes||GreenHouse Gases|
Requires all facilities that emit at least 50,000 tonnes of Greenhouse gases to report their emissions to Environment Canada.
|BC GHGRP||Yes||GreenHouse Gases|
Reporting Operations required to report GHG regardless of their overall GHG emissions. >25,000 tonne CO2e emitters require third party verification of their emissions.
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