Exposure Draft Recycling and Waste Reduction (Product Stewardship—Televisions and Computers) Rules 2021

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The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) started in 2011. It gives Australian households and small businesses free access to industry-funded collection and recycling services.

The rules set out the details for liable parties and administrators of co-regulatory arrangements of what is required and expected to participate in the NTCRS. The rules specify liability thresholds, recycling targets, collection, recycling, and reporting requirements.

In 2011, the NTCRS was established under the:

  • Product Stewardship Act 2011
  • Product Stewardship (Televisions and Computers) Regulations 2011.

This legislation is being replaced.

The Recycling and Waste Reduction Act 2020 commenced in December 2020 to replace the Act.

The Recycling and Waste Reduction (Product Stewardship—Televisions and Computers) Rules 2021 will replace the regulations on 1 July 2021.

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This consultation is now closed.

The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) started in 2011. It gives Australian households and small businesses free access to industry-funded collection and recycling services.

The rules set out the details for liable parties and administrators of co-regulatory arrangements of what is required and expected to participate in the NTCRS. The rules specify liability thresholds, recycling targets, collection, recycling, and reporting requirements.

In 2011, the NTCRS was established under the:

  • Product Stewardship Act 2011
  • Product Stewardship (Televisions and Computers) Regulations 2011.

This legislation is being replaced.

The Recycling and Waste Reduction Act 2020 commenced in December 2020 to replace the Act.

The Recycling and Waste Reduction (Product Stewardship—Televisions and Computers) Rules 2021 will replace the regulations on 1 July 2021.

Contact us