I’ve posted previously on Dell’s recycling public policy and our commitment to passing substantive and consumer convenient computer recycling legislation. Last month, the Michigan Senate completed action on a package of bills that comprise a recycling law that is modeled after the legislation that passed in and five other states. The bi-partisan legislation, which passed with a broad range of support including Goodwill and the Michigan Environmental Council makes Michigan the first Midwestern state to adopt this model.
The Michigan Senate sponsors issued a news release, quoting supporters of the bills, including Dell.
This brings to six the number of states that have passed the producer responsibility modeled on the Texas law.
You can read the bill’s below: