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SECTION 27-2611
Disposal ban
Environmental Conservation (ENV) CHAPTER 43-B, ARTICLE 27, TITLE 26
§ 27-2611. Disposal ban.

1. Beginning April first, two thousand eleven, no manufacturer,
retailer, or owner or operator of an electronic waste collection site,
electronic waste consolidation facility or electronic waste recycling
facility in the state shall dispose of electronic waste at a solid waste
management facility or hazardous waste management facility, or place
electronic waste for collection which is intended for disposal at a
solid waste management facility or hazardous waste management facility.

2. Beginning January first, two thousand twelve, no person except for
an individual or household shall place or dispose of any electronic
waste in any solid waste management facility, or place electronic waste
for collection which is intended for disposal at a solid waste
management facility or hazardous waste management facility in this
state. Persons engaged in the collection of solid waste for delivery to
a solid waste management facility shall provide written information to
users of such facility on the proper methods for the recycling of
electronic waste.

3. Beginning January first, two thousand fifteen, no individual or
household shall place or dispose of any electronic waste in any solid
waste management facility, or place electronic waste for collection
which is intended for disposal at a solid waste management facility or
hazardous waste management facility in this state.

4. Beginning January first, two thousand twelve, an owner or operator
of a solid waste management facility or hazardous waste management
facility shall educate users of such facility on the proper methods for
the management of electronic waste. Such education shall include:

(a) providing written information to users of such facility on the
proper methods for recycling of electronic waste; and

(b) posting, in conspicuous locations at such facility, signs stating
that electronic waste may not be disposed of at the facility.