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  • 1. The overarching goal of the legislation is to have Ecology conduct research and develop recommendations for implementing and financing an electronic product collection, recycling, and reuse program. ESHB 2488
  • 2.
    • "COVERED ELECTRONIC PRODUCT"
    • Computer monitors;
    • Personal computers; and
    • Televisions
  • 3. LEGISLATIVE REPORT OUTLINE Implementing and Financing an Electronic Product Collection, Recycling, and Reuse Program In Washington State Background and Analysis Evaluation Recommendations
  • 4.
    • LEGISLATIVE REPORT OUTLINE
    • Background and Analysis
    • What are electronic wastes and why are they a problem?
    • What programs and projects are being used to collect, recycle or reuse electronic products?
    • What is the effectiveness of the projects and programs?
  • 5.
    • LEGISLATIVE REPORT OUTLINE
    • Evaluation
    • What programs and projects are the best models?
    • What are the potential impacts of recycling or reusing electronic waste on jobs, recycling infrastructure, and economic development?
  • 6.
    • LEGISLATIVE REPORT OUTLINE
    • Recommendations
    • What are the best options to establish and finance a statewide collection, reuse, and recycling program for covered electronic products?
    • How would they be funded?
    • What regulations or legislation will be required to establish and finance the statewide program?
    • Performance measures - how will we know we are succeeding?
  • 7.
    • Consult with representatives
    • of the major interest groups involved:
    • covered electronic product manufacturers;
    • covered electronic product retailers;
    • waste haulers;
    • electronics recyclers;
    • charities;
    • cities;
    • counties;
    • environmental organizations;
    • public interest organizations; and
    • other interested parties
  • 8. We Anticipate Four Meetings: 1). Review of the problem 2). Review of projects and programs 3). Evaluate projects and programs effectiveness to address the problem 4). Develop recommendations
  • 9. REPORTS DUE :
    • DECEMBER 2004
    • INTERIM REPORT DESCRIBING PROBLEM AND CURRENT APPROACHES
    • DECEMBER 2005
    • FINAL REPORT PROVIDING EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES AND RECOMMENDATIONS, INCLUDING FINDINGS OF INTERIM REPORT