Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs (EEA) regulations implementing the Massachusetts bottle deposit law, which places a $0.05 refundable deposit on all carbonated soda, beer and malt beverage containers.
Siting approval requirements for solid waste facilities, including landfills, combustion facilities, and recycling, composting and conversion operations.
Regulations implementing a competitive grant program that formerly provided Massachusetts recycling processors and manufacturers with funding for capital, research and development investments to increase recycling of difficult to manage materials.
General requirements, procedures and permits, as well as design and operation/maintenance standards for landfills, transfer stations and handling/processing facilities.
Comprehensive regulations addressing the generation, storage, collection, transport, treatment, disposal, use, reuse and recycling of hazardous waste in Massachusetts, including dredged material.
Regulations implementing a grant program that formerly provided funding to cities, towns, and regional planning agencies for the safe collection and disposal of household hazardous waste.
Regulations implementing a grant program that formerly provided funding to cities, towns, and solid waste districts for environmentally sound closure of publicly-owned landfills.
Regulations implementing a grant program that formerly provided funding to cities, towns, and solid waste districts for composting programs, solid waste planning and solid waste management capacity development.
Cross-program compliance certification requirements for boilers, dental facilities, dry cleaners, engines/turbines, printers, underground storage tanks and more.
These regulations apply to all Massachusetts dental practices and facilities that generate or discharge wastewater from mercury amalgam-related processes.
Regulations that prohibit the sale of mercury-added vehicle switches, require removal of switches and other mercury-added components before vehicles are crushed or shredded, and require compliance certifications.
Regulations that prohibit the sale of mercury-added products and lamps in Massachusetts unless manufacturers provide for collection and recycling of end-of-life products.
Regulations that prohibit the disposal of mercury-added products in any manner other than recycling, disposing as hazardous waste or alternative method approved by MassDEP.