State Agency Annual Recycling Reports
Recycling is required at all state offices and facilities, not only because it is the law, but because it is an environmentally preferable way to manage our waste. State employees and state agencies need to lead by setting an example for other businesses and residents of Connecticut.
State Agencies Recycling Reporting Requirement:
Pursuant to Section 4b-15(b) of the CGS, each state agency having care, control, and supervision of state property, including the Judicial Department and the Joint Committee on Legislative Management of the General Assembly is required to have a recycling plan in place and annually submit to DEEP and the General Assembly Environment Committee a report, on a form prescribed by DEEP, on implementation of the recycling plan. The report must provide information deemed necessary by the DEEP.
State Agency Recycling Reporting Forms:
If you have any questions about recycling, the reporting forms, or if you need recycling technical assistance please contact Peter Brunelli at the DEEP Office of Source Reduction and Recycling at (860) 424-3536.
Content Last Updated February 2020