Enrolled House Bill (H)
Authored by: Rep. David Wolkins
Co-Authors: Rep. Sue Errington, Rep. Jack Lutz, Rep. Robert Morris, Rep. Matt Pierce, Rep. Randall Frye, Rep. Dan Forestal
Sponsors: Sen. Ed Charbonneau, Sen. Mark Stoops, Sen. Douglas Eckerty
  • Rep. David Wolkins
    Rep. David Wolkins

    Author

  • Rep. Sue Errington
    Rep. Sue Errington

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Jack Lutz
    Rep. Jack Lutz

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Robert Morris
    Rep. Robert Morris

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Matt Pierce
    Rep. Matt Pierce

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Randall Frye
    Rep. Randall Frye

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Dan Forestal
    Rep. Dan Forestal

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Ed Charbonneau
    Sen. Ed Charbonneau

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Mark Stoops
    Sen. Mark Stoops

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Douglas Eckerty
    Sen. Douglas Eckerty

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Lonnie Randolph
    Sen. Lonnie Randolph

    Co-Sponsor

DIGEST

Recycling reporting, state goal, and study. Requires every recycler that recycles materials generated by two or more persons to report to the commissioner of the department of environmental management (commissioner) on the recycling activities conducted by the recycler. Allows a recycler the option of reporting annually or quarterly. Allows certain persons who are not subject to the reporting requirement, including those who recycle materials other than municipal waste, to report voluntarily. Requires the commissioner to post on the department's Internet web site a uniform recycling activity report form to be used in making the recycling activity reports. Requires the commissioner to submit an annual written report ... summarizing the information obtained through the recycling activity reports submitted to the commissioner. Establishes a state goal of recycling at least 50% of all municipal waste. Urges the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee, for the 2014 interim period, the task of producing a written report setting forth the committee's analysis of a number of recycling-related subjects.