Restricted Substances Overview in USA - New Hampshire

Relevant USA - New Hampshire Reg Alerts

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New Hampshire has joined the states that restrict the use of certain toxic substances in electronic products.

  1. Mercury-Specific Legislation

New Hampshire has adopted legislation that bans the sale of certain mercury-containing products in the state. A ban on the disposal of mercury-added products into solid waste landfills took effect on January 1, 2008.

  1. Battery-Specific Legislation

New Hampshire has enacted sales requirements and disposal bans specific to alkaline manganese and zinc-carbon batteries that contain mercury and button cell batteries.



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