"Beverage Containers Program Distributor Information" - New Brunswick, Canada

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BEVERAGE CONTAINERS PROGRAM
DISTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
Distributor Name:
Location:
Mailing Address:
Telephone:
____________________
Fax:
Contact Person:
E-Mail Address:
MARKINGS / LABELLING
Attach a sample or photocopy of all labelling affixed to the container which will identify:
(1)
bilingual return for refund message,
Please
(2)
product name
Remember
(3)
type and size of container
(see labelling guidelines)
Return to:
Mark Miller
Coordinator, Beverage Container Program
Department of Environment & Local Government
P. O. Box 6000, 20 McGloin Street
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5H1
Tel: (506) 453-7945
Fax: (506) 453-2390
E-mail:
mark.miller@gnb.ca
BEVERAGE CONTAINERS PROGRAM
DISTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
Distributor Name:
Location:
Mailing Address:
Telephone:
____________________
Fax:
Contact Person:
E-Mail Address:
MARKINGS / LABELLING
Attach a sample or photocopy of all labelling affixed to the container which will identify:
(1)
bilingual return for refund message,
Please
(2)
product name
Remember
(3)
type and size of container
(see labelling guidelines)
Return to:
Mark Miller
Coordinator, Beverage Container Program
Department of Environment & Local Government
P. O. Box 6000, 20 McGloin Street
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5H1
Tel: (506) 453-7945
Fax: (506) 453-2390
E-mail:
mark.miller@gnb.ca
C
S
OLLECTION
YSTEM
Will Encorp Atlantic Inc. be managing your containers?
Yes
No
If you have answered "yes", please go to question 4 and 5 below:
________________________________________________________________
Will you be using an alternative method? If containers are to be managed in a
manner independent of Encorp Atlantic Inc., please complete the following
questionnaire:
1.
Describe the means of retrieving empty beverage containers from retailers and
redemption centres.
2.
List the facilities used for refilling or recycling your empty beverage containers.
3.
Describe the means of delivering empty beverage containers to the refilling or
recycling facility.
4.
How will you dispose of broken or contaminated beverage containers which
cannot be refilled?
5.
Are containers packaged or held together in such a way as to present a danger
to wildlife?
_________________________
Signature
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