The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 7557. Recycler program responsibility
(a)(1) Recycler registration. Beginning July 1, 2011, no person may recycle electronic waste at a facility located within the State unless that person has submitted a registration with the Agency of Natural Resources on a form prescribed by the Agency. A registration is effective upon receipt by the Agency and is valid for a period not to exceed five years. An electronics recycling facility registered under this section is not required to obtain a solid waste certification pursuant to chapter 159 of this title. Registration information shall include:
(A) the name, address, telephone number, and location of all recycling facilities under the direct control of the recycler that may receive electronic waste;
(B) evidence that the financial assurance requirements of section 6611 of this title have been satisfied.
(2) A registration shall be amended within 10 days after a change to any information included in the registration submitted by the recycler under this section.
(b) Recycler's reporting requirements. Beginning August 1, 2012, a recycler of electronic waste shall report by August 1, and annually thereafter, to the Agency of Natural Resources on a form provided by the Agency: the type of electronic waste collected; the total weight of electronic waste recycled during the preceding program year; and whether electronic waste was collected under the Standard Plan or an approved individual plan. In the annual report, the recycler shall certify that the recycler has complied with the electronic management guidelines developed under subdivision 7559(7) of this title. (Added 2009, No. 79 (Adj. Sess.), § 2, eff. April 19, 2010.)