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Current Data View: Retailer Requirements     



State   
 
CA
Consumer Fee At Purchase
Yes - >4” but <15”: $4, 15” but <35 “: $5; 35“ or more: $6

CA
Covered Entities
Businesses, Government, Household/Consumer, Non-profit/Charity, Schools

CA
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
Yes

CA
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes

CT
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

CT
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes
Cease and Desist Order

CT
Covered Entities
Household/Consumer

DC
Covered Entities
Household/Consumer, Non-profit/Charity, Small Businesses

DC
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes

DC
Retailer Requirements
A manufacturer or retailer shall provide at the point of sale information on how a person can return purchased covered electronic equipment for recycling.

DC
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

HI
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes
Warning, with 60 days to resolve. Then up to a $10,000 penalty for first offense, and up to $20,000 for second offenses.

HI
Covered Entities
Government, Household/Consumer, Non-profit/Charity, Schools, Small and Medium Size Businesses

HI
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

IL
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes
A retailer who sells a CED at retail to an individual for residential use that is not registered with the Agency at the time the retailer purchases the CED is liable for a civil penalty of $7,000 per violation.

IL
Covered Entities
Household/Consumer

IL
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

IN
Retailer Requirements
https://www.in.gov/idem/recycle/2383.htm

IN
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes

IN
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

IN
Covered Entities
Household/Consumer, Schools, Small Businesses, Small businesses (independently owned and operated with no more than 100 employees and average annual gross receipts of $10,000,000 or less)

MD
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

MD
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes
Manufacturers and retailers who fail to comply with the Maryland's eCycling law are subject to a civil penalty, not exceeding $10,000, and an administrative penalty up to $10,000 for each violation (each day a violation occurs is a separate violation), but not exceeding $100,000. In addition, MDE may assess against any retailer that violates the law a fine up to $1,000 for each violation, but not exceeding $10,000 total.

MD
Covered Entities
Manufacturers, Retailers

ME
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

ME
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes
Unregistered products cannot be sold into Maine. If a manufacturer fails to pay its share of recycling costs, the Department may pay a consolidator its legitimate costs and seek cost recovery from the nonpaying manufacturer. Any nonpaying manufacturer is liable to the State for costs incurred by the State in an amount up to 3 times the amount incurred as a result of such failure to comply.

ME
Covered Entities
501c3 Non-profits (100 employees or fewer), Household/Consumer, Schools (K-12 only) , Small Businesses (100 employees or fewer)

MI
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

MI
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes
A person who violates this law may be ordered to pay a civil fine of not more than $500.00 for the first violation or not more than $2,500.00 for a second or subsequent violation. A person who knowingly violates this law or who knowingly submits false information to the department under this part is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than $5,000.00. Each day on which a violation described in this subsection occurs represents a separate violation.

MI
Covered Entities
Household/Consumer, Small Businesses with Fewer Than 10 Employees

MN
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

MN
Covered Entities
Household/Consumer

MN
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes

MN
Retailer Requirements
Retailers of video display devices can sell only registered brands to households; this includes online sales and catalog sales as well as physical retail outlets. The law does not apply to business or institutional sales. Retailers are required to provide recycling information to their customers. 

MO
Covered Entities
Households (Computers Used for Home or Business)

MO
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

MO
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
No

NC
Covered Entities
Household/Consumer, Non-profits with fewer than 10 employees

NC
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes

NC
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

NC
Retailer Requirements
Before selling retailers must confirm that CE and TVs are labeled with the manufacturer's brand and that the manufacturer is in compliance with NC laws. A compliance list is maintained on the NCDEQ website. The retailer can be held in violation of the Program Rule if selling out of compliance manufacturer device(s).

NJ
Covered Entities
Community Colleges, Household/Consumer, Local Government Units, School Districts, Small businesses (50 full-time employees or fewer), State Colleges and Universities, State Government
Consumer means person, State entity, Community Colleges, Local Government Units, School Districts, Small businesses (50 full-time employees or fewer), State Colleges and Universities

NJ
Retailer Requirements
Yes

NJ
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
No

NJ
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes

NY
Enforcement Authority for Sale of Unregistered Products
Yes

NY
Retailer Requirements
Provide information at the point of sale if provided by a manufacturer. Sell only compliant brands. Sell only labeled equipment. Comply with disposal ban.

NY
Manufacturer Notice To Retailers
Yes

NY
Covered Entities
Government, Household/Consumer, Non-profit/Charity, Schools, Small and Medium Size Businesses

OR
Retailer Requirements
Retailers must provide consumers with point-of-sale information on where they can find free recycling for computers, monitors, televisions, printers, keyboards and mice. Retailers may sell only those brands of covered devices on the Oregon “compliant list.” Check for monthly updates. If a brand or manufacturer is not currently on the list, retailers are encouraged to notify Oregon DEQ and to contact the manufacturer directly to alert them that their products are not eligible for sale in or into Oregon unless they register. Retailers must confirm the products they sell are affixed with a permanent and visible brand label by the manufacturer.



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