Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act

Recycle video display devicesMinnesota'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.

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What is a video display device (VDD)? What now counts as "televisions" and "computer monitors"?  

2016 amendments to the act are law.

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