CRT/Electronic Waste Committee. OVERVIEW OF THE DRAFT IDAHO ELECTRONIC DEVICES RECYCLING ACT Drafted by Representative Trail. Eastern Idaho Regional Solid Waste Committee Meeting July 17, 2008 Idaho Falls, Idaho. Concern with E-Waste.
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OVERVIEW OF THE DRAFT IDAHO ELECTRONIC DEVICES RECYCLING ACTDrafted by Representative Trail
Eastern Idaho Regional Solid Waste Committee Meeting
July 17, 2008
Idaho Falls, Idaho
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After 2012, the EQ Board may modify the registration fee so the fee matches the Dept’s costs to implement the program.
9/07- DEQ hires program staff
- Notifies manufacturers known to sell CEDs in Oregon about requirements
- DEQ develop project plan for contracting for statewide contractor program
10/07 – DEQ convenes a policy workgroup to help develop program guidelines
10/15/07 – DEQ opens manufacturer’s registration system
12/31/07 – Manufacturers must register with DEQ to sell CEDs
01-02/07 – DEQ issues RFP for state contractor program
03/08 – DEQ & advisory work group complete initial program guidelines
DEQ notifies manufacturers of preliminary return share obligations and give 30-day appeal notice
05/08 – DEQ notifies manufacturers of their return share 07/01/08 – Annual registration fees are due for all registered manufacturers
Manufacturers submit their program plans for approval, if they are doing their own recycling program
DEQ notifies manufacturers of their recycling fees for participating in the statewide contractor program
DEQ awards contractor(s) for state contractor program
01/09 – State contractor & manufacturer recycling programs begin operating.
01/10 – Landfill disposal of CEDs is banned.
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