June 30, 2020
2019 Annual Report
We are pleased to share with you our third Annual Report showcasing AMS’s program performance, financials and accomplishments throughout 2019.
• 165 members registered with the program.
• Met or exceeded our key budget and performance targets.
• Over 2,800 tonnes of used antifreeze and antifreeze containers were collected and recycled. Read more »
May 25, 2020
AMS seeks new Director to join the Board
Automotive Materials Stewardship (AMS) is seeking a qualified Director to join the Board.
Candidates must be employed by a company that is a member in good standing of the program.
A profile of the qualities and criteria that AMS is seeking for this this voluntary position is available here.
Interested candidates can submit their curriculum vitae to the attention of the Board Chair at email@example.com Read more »
April 13, 2020
Payment Terms Extended for AMS Members
As organizations everywhere respond to the unprecedented demands of the COVID-19 pandemic, Automotive Materials Stewardship (AMS) is offering its members payment support for current and pending invoices during this difficult time.
We recognize some AMS members are experiencing significant disruption and financial hardship. To assist businesses who are unable to meet invoice payment deadlines, the grace period for penalties and interest is being temporarily extended to 90 days. Read more »
March 20, 2020
In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we wanted to provide some information on our operations and the importance of communication in the coming weeks.
The AMS office and WeRecycle Portal continue to operate at full capacity and AMS has instituted plans to maintain the continuity of our management of the program. Read more »
February 24, 2020
RPRA approves process for MHSW residual funds
The Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (RPRA) has approved Stewardship Ontario’s addendum to the MHSW Wind Up Plan that outlines the process of returning residual funds to stewards once the program is in its final wind up phase in 2022.
The residual funds process reflects the position advanced by Automotive Materials Stewardship and supported by the membership. Read more »
October 16, 2019
RPRA consultation on MHSW reserve funds
The Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (RPRA) recently released for consultation the MHSW Wind Up Plan submitted by Stewardship Ontario. The Wind Up Plan and details on RPRA’s consultation sessions are available here.
Automotive Materials Stewardship is pleased that Stewardship Ontario has recommended a fee reduction approach for all materials, including those managed by Industry Stewardship Plans, as the method to distribute MHSW Program reserves. Read more »
September 30, 2019
AMS 2020 Fees and MHSW Program Update
2020 Fee Stability
The Automotive Materials Stewardship Board of Directors is pleased to advise that the 2020 fee schedule maintains 2019 rates for antifreeze, antifreeze containers, oil containers and oil filters. Details on fees are available here.
Advocacy on MHSW Program Wind Up
AMS is continuing its efforts to ensure surplus funds accumulated by Stewardship Ontario’s Municipal Hazardous or Special Waste (MHSW) Program are fairly allocated amongst stewards. Read more »
August 22, 2019
AMS requests member support for MHSW surplus funds
Automotive Materials Stewardship (AMS) is asking members to help ensure that surplus funds from the wind up of the Municipal Hazardous or Special Waste (MHSW) Program are fairly allocated amongst stewards.
As part of the current Phase Two consultations by Stewardship Ontario, four options have been proposed for the portion of the surplus related to materials managed by Industry Stewardship Plans (presentation with options is available here). Read more »
June 28, 2019
2018 Annual Report
AMS is pleased to share our 2018 Annual Report showcasing our program performance, financials and accomplishments over our second year in operation.
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- 153 members registered with the program.
- Exceeded all collection and recycling targets.
- Over 2,400 tonnes of used antifreeze and antifreeze containers were collected and recycled.
- Over 3,300 tonnes of used oil containers were collected and recycled.