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CBRSC appoints new President

The Canadian Brandowners Residual Stewardship Organization (CBRSC) has announced the appointment of Lyndall Fry as President for the new, not-for-profit Industry Stewardship Organization.
As President of the CBRSC, Lyndall will lead this new Industry Product Stewardship Organization to manage the collection and recycling of regulated and non-regulated products throughout Canada. Her first order of business is the design of a program to collect and recycle electronic toys in the Province of British Columbia. Ms. Fry is also the Chair of the Environmental Committee for the Canadian Toy Association.
“Leading the CTA environmental committee has been a rewarding experience,” notes Fry. “Our team of key industry members has worked well together to align our approach. I am looking forward to extending this within the scope of the CBRSC and joining my industry association colleagues to take the environmental initiatives through the next stages.“
Lyndall Fry is the Vice-President of Global Quality & Product Assurance at Spin Master Ltd., Canada’s largest toy maker. In her role at Spin Master, she leads a global team of quality engineering, internal lab, field support and compliance services from the company’s headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. Her experience includes global management of quality engineering, compliance, and supply chain operations across multiple business segments. She received her BA in Social Ecology at the University of California, Irvine, and an MBA in International Business with honors from the College of Notre Dame.
About the CBRSC
The CBRSC, a not for profit Canadian Corporation has been established to assist in the harmonization of all aspects of regulated products across Canada. The goal of the CBRSC is to reduce the overall management costs of these programs thus lowering the cost to the consumer while ensuring all products are handled and processed in such a way so as to minimize the impact on the environment. To learn more about the CBRSC’s plan for Electronic Toys in British Columbia, visit:

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