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Rechargeable Battery Recycling Act (AB 1125)

BILL SUMMARY:
This bill enacts the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Act of 2006, and requires retailers of rechargeable batteries, by July 1, 2006, to establish a system for accepting rechargeable batteries for reuse, recycling, or proper disposal.
STATE:
CA
FINAL LANGUAGE:
STATUTE:
Chapter 572, Statutes of 2005
AUTHOR:
Fran Pavley
CO-AUTHORS:
none
SENATE VOTE:
Yes: 26 No: 14
R: 1 R: 14
D: 25 D: 0
ASSEMBLY VOTE:
Yes: 42 No: 36
R: 0 R: 32
D: 42 D: 4
LISTED SUPPORT:
Californians Against Waste (sponsor); American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; Azusa California Alliance for Consumer Protection; California League of Conservation Voters; Cities of Concord, Maywood, Pico Rivera, San Fernando, San Francisco, San Pablo, and Sebastopol; Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority; Clean Water Action; Environment California; Planning and Conservation League; Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors; Sierra Club; ToxCo
Letters of Support
LISTED OPPOSITION:
Portable Rechargable Battery Association
Letters of Opposition
SENATE FLOOR ANALYSIS:
ASSEMBLY FLOOR ANALYSIS:
 
 
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