Includes reporting requirements and links to MPCA contracts.
These contracts are available to household hazardous waste program managers through Cooperative Purchasing Venture (CPV) program.
- Emergency Response, full service - Contract Release H-63(5)
- Emergency Response, limited service - Contract Release H-77(5)
- Fluorescent and HID lamps, lamp ballasts, and mercury-containing materials - Contract Release H-79(5)
- Hazardous waste management - Contract Release H-69(5)
- Infectious (biomedical) waste - Contract Release W-192(5)
- Used electronics and electronic components - Contract Release H-90(5)
- Used oil, filters, absorbents, and antifreeze - Contract Release H-94(5)
Annual reports are due February 1. Submit your program's report through Re-TRAC.
Statutes and rules
When the Minnesota Legislature passes a law, the law is recorded and placed into legal code known as codification. Statutes are a codification of those laws. By codifying laws into Statutes, the laws are placed into context of statutes that have been on the books in previous years.
Administrative rules are not enacted by the Legislature. Rather, the Legislature gives the state agency or unit the authority to establish its own rules. These administrative rules have the force and effect of law.