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Product Take Back in Minnesota Update

Published April 12, 2008

Product Take-back

Minnesota continues to be among the most active states in mandating product take-back and recycling. In 2007, Minnesota passed the Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act, which establishes a producer-responsibility recycling program in the state. Minnesota had previously enacted a disposal ban on cathode ray tubes, which took effect in 2006. Finally, Minnesota is a member of the Midwest Regional Electronic Waste Recycling Policy Initiative, which seeks to develop a unified regional approach for managing waste electronics.


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