2010 Mississippi Code
TITLE 49 - CONSERVATION AND ECOLOGY
Chapter 31 - Mississippi Multimedia Pollution Prevention Act.
49-31-15 - State agencies, branches and institutions to establish recycling programs and source reduction programs.

§ 49-31-15. State agencies, branches and institutions to establish recycling programs and source reduction programs.
 

It shall be the duty of each state agency, the judicial branch of state government, the state institutions of higher learning and community colleges to: 
 

(a) Establish a program, in cooperation with the Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Finance and Administration, for the collection of recyclable materials as determined by the Department of Environmental Quality, generated in state offices throughout the state. 

(b) Provide procedures for collecting and storing recyclable materials, containers for storing recyclable materials and contractual arrangements with buyers of recyclable materials. 

(c) Evaluate the amount of recyclable materials recycled and make all necessary modifications to the recycling program to ensure that recyclable materials, as determined by the Department of Environmental Quality, are effectively and practically recycled. 

(d) Establish and implement, in cooperation with the Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Finance and Administration, a source reduction program for materials, as determined by the Department of Environmental Quality, used in the course of agency operations. The program shall be designed and implemented to achieve the maximum feasible source reduction of waste as a result of agency operations. 
 

Sources: Laws,  1990, ch. 507, § 8; Laws, 2006, ch. 587, § 8, eff from and after July 1, 2006.
 

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