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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
If you need to report an environmental emergency situation, please dial the 24 hour Pollution Emergency Alert System (PEAS) - at:
1-800-292-4706 (within Michigan)
1-517-373-7660 (outside Michigan)
525 West Allegan Street, P.O. Box 30473
Lansing, MI 48909-7973
(517) 373-7917

Laws and Regulations
1988 policy encourages by 2005: waste reduction by 8-12%, reuse rate of 4-6%, composting rate of 8-12%, recycling rate of 20-30%, waste-to-energy goal for incineration of 35-45%, and landfill rate of 10-20%.

Catalytic Converter Companies

  • Davis Recycling Inc
    Catalytic Converter Recycling. Scrap metal recyclings.
    Automotive dismantling. DavisConverters.com
    423.926.3699 buyers Continental U.S.A.
    639 Woodlyn Road, Johnson City, TN 37601

    Sandvik Materials Technology, Strip Products Div. - Benton Harbor, MI -
    Company Profile: Catalytic exhaust purification - Strip steel, stainless steel, razor blade, sandvik hiflex, wood - ...oxides of nitrogen (NO x ). Catalytic converters reduce the output of these...gases. The new generation of catalytic converters purify over 95 % of the exhaust gases and the use of catalytic converter...
    http://www.smt.sandvik.com/sandvik/0140/internet/se01596.nsf/(DocumentsInte...
    Coe Press Equipment Corp. - Sterling Heights, MI -
    Company Profile: Coe Press Equipment Provides Three Coil-Feeding Lines that Include Servo Roll Feed, Power - ...Press Equipment. These lines will provide material for Faurecia’s production of exhaust systems, mufflers and catalytic converters. Two of the coil-feeding systems are 36-in.-wide lines...
    http://www.cpec.com/News-Faurecia_exhaust.htm
    Analytical Solutions, Dow Corning - Midland, MI -
    Company Profile: Anderson elected chairman of the board - Dow Corning - ...responsible for producing some of today's most in-demand technologies, such as glass for LCD displays, ceramics used in catalytic converters to control automobile emissions, and micro arrays...
    http://www.dowcorning.com/content/news/about_news7.asp?DCWS=&DCWSS=
    Involve Test & Control Inc. - Shelby Township, MI
    Company Profile: Company - ...Cores, Radiators, and Thermostats Exhaust Components: Exhaust Manifolds, Exhaust Pipes, Catalytic Converters, Mufflers, and EGR Valves Power Steering Pumps, Cylinders, Housings, and Hoses ...
    http://www.itc-leaktest.com/company.htm

    Educational Opportunities

  • Michigan Recycling Coalition
  • University of Michigan Recyclables and Sustainables
  • Recycling for Charities - Michigan
  • Michigan State University Recycling
  • News
    Michigan legislators are once again trying to jump-start recycling in the state with proposals that ignore market realities. Two bills that have recently passed the state Senate will, if implemented, prove no more successful than past efforts to mandate recycling. The state House should let them die.
    Senate Bill 790 sets up a “state recycling advisory council.” The council would have numerous charges, including calculating the amount of public and private money needed to improve recycling in urban and rural areas; identifying "all known sources of potential funding for recycling"; and devising a method for distributing these monies to local recycling programs. Senate Bill 854, in turn, would establish a new post of “statewide recycling coordinator” within the Department of Environmental Quality. The coordinator’s office would be charged with creating a "regular review of local recycling programs" and gathering information about "recycling processes, markets and rates." http://www.mackinac.org/article.aspx?ID=6862
    Catalytic converters, or catalysts, were first developed in response to the requirements in the 1970 Clean Air Act to reduce vehicle emissions. A catalytic converter has no moving parts. The technology behind the catalytic converter is a very small amount of catalytic metal (platinum, rhodium,and/or palladium) coating acres of surface area contained within a stainless steal canister. The metal causes a desired chemical reaction without being changed or consumed. Catalytic Converter PDF Info
    Smog has a dedicated ally in the senior senator from Missouri; a New York Times article exposes Bond as a long-standing foe of regulations that would reduce the amount of smog produced by small engines by mandating the addition of a golf-ball sized catalytic converter... http://www.waveflux.net/archives/2006_04.php



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