Minnesota's electronics recycling legislation was signed into law in May 2007. In its current form, it targets the collection and recycling of "video display devices" sold to households/consumers, including "televisions" and "computer monitors" that meet the definitions in statute: Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act (115A.1310)
Manufacturers of video display devices (VDD) must annually register and pay a fee to the state, collect and recycle covered electronic devices (CED) from households/consumers in Minnesota, and file a report detailing the results of their collections for each program year.
What is a video display device (VDD)? What now counts as "televisions" and "computer monitors"?
2016 amendments to the act are law.
For more information
Contact MPCA staff for program assistance.
- Amanda Cotton, 651-757-2211
- Matthew Webb, 651-757-2811
- E-mail: email@example.com