Am I a Manufacturer?For the purposes of this program, the manufacturer of a covered electronic product (CEP) sold in or into Washington State may include the entity that:
Required product labeling
As of January 1, 2007, CEPs sold or offered for sale in or into Washington must bear a label with the manufacturer's brand. The brand is a name or logo identifying an electronic product in the consumer marketplace and attributing the electronic product to a manufacturer. The label must be permanently affixed and readily visible. "White box" or unlabeled products are not legal for sale.
What do manufacturers need to do?
In order for a manufacturer's brands of CEPs to be sold or offered for sale in or into Washington State, the manufacturer's name and brand names must be listed on the Manufacturer Registration List as "in compliance" or "pending" status. To be listed as "in compliance" or "pending" a manufacturer must:
Do you want to know which brand names are complying with the law? Please see the Manufacturer Registration List. Only registered brands are eligible for sale in (or into) Washington State.
Determination of Share PaymentsOn September 21, 2009, Ecology published the "Notice of Intent to Adjust the Cost for Reasonable Collection, Transportation, Processing and Recycling of Covered Electronic Products." A Final Determination has been made on this cost adjustment. "Share payments" for recycling plans as described in WAC 173-900-960 will be based on this reasonable cost.
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