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ReTRAC Authorizations Program
Materials Management in Michigan (M3) - Authorization and Reporting
The Materials Management Division (MMD) launched an online authorization and reporting tool for facilities subject to Michigan's solid waste regulations.
MMD is expanding the opportunities for online registration and reporting, using less paper and making the registration and reporting process more efficient for everyone.
- Voluntary Reporting Program (exempt and voluntary facilities)
- Anaerobic Digestor
- Materials Recovery Facility
- Solid Waste Processing and Transfer Station
- Waste Diversion Center
Benefits of Voluntarily Reporting M3 Activities
Any organization managing materials can benefit from reporting using Re-TRAC. Reporting in Re-TRAC provides valuable material management planning information, analytical reports to track materials management progress, and allows Michigan to track its progress towards meetings its recycling, diversion, and carbon neutrality goals.
Organizations can join an Authorizations Program in Re-TRAC. For more details on how to join, check out A Guide to Joining the Michigan Authorizations Program.
For more information on upcoming launches, contact EGLE-M3@Michigan.gov.