Bill Text: MI HB4215 | 2009-2010 | 95th Legislature | Introduced
Bill Title: State; buildings; requirement for recycling receptacles for beverage containers in state-owned buildings; provide for. Amends 1984 PA 431 (MCL 18.1101 - 18.1594) by adding sec. 229. [Track Bill]
Status: 2009-02-11 - Printed Bill Filed 02/11/2009 [HB4215 Detail]
HOUSE BILL No. 4215
February 10, 2009, Introduced by Reps. Miller, Gonzales, Roberts, Switalski, Gregory, Haugh, Constan, Barnett, Lipton and Donigan and referred to the Committee on Great Lakes and Environment.
A bill to amend 1984 PA 431, entitled
"The management and budget act,"
(MCL 18.1101 to 18.1594) by adding section 229.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN ENACT:
Sec. 229. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the department shall
issue directives to require all buildings and facilities owned or
operated by a state agency that are open to the public to provide
for the recycling of glass, plastic, and aluminum beverage
containers. However, the directives shall require a recycling
station only if the station can be placed in a practical location
where the building or facility can accommodate the station and
obtain recycling services, and where the building or facility would
have significant recycling activity.
(2) If a building or facility owned or operated by a state
agency utilizes a privately operated janitorial service, that
building or facility shall be subject to the directives issued
under subsection (1) on a date occurring after the effective date
of this section that is the beginning date of a contract, or
renewal of a contract, for janitorial services for that building or
(3) A building or facility leased by a state agency shall be
subject to the directives issued under subsection (1) if the
facility and lease can accommodate the recycling or as the agency
moves into new leases and locations.
(4) A contract for recycling services under this section shall
be competitively bid. The department shall require the vendor to
provide any necessary recycling containers if it is in the best
economic interest of the state.
Enacting section 1. This amendatory act takes effect October