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Wisconsin's Electronics Recycling Law Now in Effect

Wisconsin's electronics recycling legislation, signed last October, went into effect on January 1st of this year. The law, Act 50, creates an electronics recycling program for certain devices used by Wisconsin households and K-12 public schools.

From the Wisconsin DNR's E-Cycle Wisconsin website:

Under the law, manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) sold to Wisconsin households and K-12 public schools must register and report annually to the DNR. Electronics collectors and recyclers who wish to participate under the program and collect and recycle electronics on behalf of a manufacturer must also register and report annually.
Source: WisBar InsideTrack