Legislative Summary: S.B. 2313 Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act, was enacted on September 17, 2008 and came into effect on January 1, 2010. This law requires manufacturers to finance and implement a recycling program to accept e-waste from consumers. It was amended with the passage of HB. 5907. HB. 5907 specifies manufacturers of printers must pay a registration fee; make changes to recycler and refurbisher registration fees and authorizes each manufacturer that is required to calculate the total weight of televisions sold under its brand to individuals at retail in the state to do so by multiplying the weight of its televisions sold nationally by the quotient that results from dividing the population of Illinois by the population of the U.S. Source: Campaign for Recycling.
Applicable to Businesses: No
Covered Devices: Computers, televisions, cell phones, PDAs,
printers, fax machines, game consoles, VCRs, DVD players, iPods, and
other devices (excluding calculators and typewriters).
The Electronics Takeback Coalition. This site will show you which states have e-waste recycling programs and laws and has links to them all. For real e-waste policy wonks, they also have a great summary of which states collect the most e-waste in pounds per capita.
Plug-In To eCycling with US EPA is a partnership between EPA and consumer electronics manufacturers, retailers, and service providers that offers you more opportunities to donate or recycle - to "eCycle" - your used electronics.
National Recycling Coalition. With an easy to navigate hyperlinked map, this page provides links to state recycling resources. Many local communities have special collection/recycling days that are highlighted on their Web sites.
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