Although Alberta does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products, HPSA partly funds the ENVIRx program through the Alberta Pharmacists’ Association. For information on how to become a part of the ENVIRx program visit www.rxa.ca

The British Columbia Medications Return Program (BCMRP) managed by HPSA covers the costs associated with the responsible disposal of consumer health products returned by the public through collection sites. The products covered under this program are:

  • all prescription drugs,
  • over-the-counter medications, and
  • natural health products.

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The Manitoba Medications Return Program (MMRP) managed by HPSA covers the costs associated with the responsible disposal of consumer health products returned by the public through collection sites. The products covered under this program are:

  • all prescription drugs,
  • over-the-counter medications, and
  • natural health products.

Service and Supply Requests

Promotional Materials Order Form

New Brunswick does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products.

Newfoundland and Labrador do not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products.

Northwest Territories does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products.

Nova Scotia does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products. There is a voluntary program administered by the Nova Scotia Pharmacists Association under PANS that is partly funded by the consumer health products industry.

Nunavut does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products.

The Ontario Medications Return Program (OMRP) managed by HPSA covers the costs associated with the responsible disposal of consumer health products returned by the public. The products covered under this program are:

  • all prescription drugs,
  • over-the-counter medications, and
  • natural health products.

The Ontario Sharp Collection Program (OSCP) managed by HPSA covers the costs associated with the responsible disposal of medical sharps returned by the public through collection sites. The definition for medical sharps includes: infusion sets, safety pens and syringes with needles attached, lancets, needle tips, needles, pens, pen needles, pre-filled cartridges and pre-filled syringes.

Service and Supply Requests

Promotional Materials Order Form

The Island Medications Return Program (IMRP) managed by HPSA covers the costs associated with the responsible disposal of consumer health products returned by the public. The products covered under this program are:

  • all prescription drugs,
  • over-the-counter medications, and
  • natural health products.

The Island Sharp Collection Program (ISCP) managed by HPSA covers the costs associated with the responsible disposal of medical sharps returned by the public through collection sites. The definition for medical sharps includes: infusion sets, safety pens and syringes with needles attached, lancets, needle tips, needles, pens, pen needles, pre-filled cartridges and pre-filled syringes.

Service and Supply Requests

Promotional Materials Order Form

Quebec does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products.

Saskatchewan does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products.

Yukon does not currently have stewardship regulations for consumer health products.