Legislation in Arizona would establish recycling requirements for end-of-life solar panels, requiring manufacturers to create a recycling program or face a per-panel fee at point-of-sale.
Wisconsin regulators are drafting rules that would require additional electronics recycling processors to set aside money for facility closure and cleanup costs.
On the opening day of the E-Scrap Conference and Trade Show, a series of workshops brought attendees up to speed on some of the most critical topics in electronics recovery.
A nationwide organization that oversees state program recycling compliance on behalf of many equipment manufacturers announced it has facilitated the recycling of 1 billion pounds of e-scrap.
With over two dozen e-scrap laws around the country, it can be hard to keep up with their unique requirements. An industry group now provides a single resource covering all the intricacies.