N.Y. Environmental Conservation Law Section 27-2607
Retailer requirements


At the location of sale of covered electronic equipment, a retailer shall provide purchasers of covered electronic equipment with information, if any, about opportunities for the return of electronic waste that has been provided to the retailer by a manufacturer.


Beginning April first, two thousand eleven, no retailer shall sell or offer for sale in the state any covered electronic equipment unless the manufacturer and the manufacturer’s brands are registered with the department pursuant to § 27-2605 (Manufacturer electronic waste registration and responsibilities)section 27-2605 of this title. If the retailer purchased covered electronic equipment from a manufacturer who fails to register by January first, two thousand eleven, or prior to the date the manufacturer withdrew its registration or the registration was revoked by the department, the retailer may continue to sell the covered electronic equipment for one hundred eighty days after April first, two thousand eleven, or the date the registration was withdrawn or revoked.

Source: Section 27-2607 — Retailer requirements, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/ENV/27-2607 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Sep. 23, 2023).

Sep. 23, 2023

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Sep. 22, 2014

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