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The Michigan Beverage Container Act, commonly referred to as the Bottle Bill, was implemented in December 1978 with the purpose to reduce roadside litter, clean up the environment, and conserve energy and natural resources.
The following is provided as a result of the Bottle Bill legislation:
- Form 2196, Request for Bottle Deposit Fund Reimbursement
- Form 2666, Michigan Unredeemed Beverage Container Deposit Report
Reverse Vending Machine Legislation
Reverse Vending Machine legislation previously enacted through Public Acts 386, 387, 388, and 389 of 2008 have been deemed unconstitutional by Federal District Court. As a result the Michigan Department of Treasury no longer has any statutory authority or obligation to administer these former public acts.
Michigan Department of Treasury
Special Taxes Division/Misc. Taxes and Fees
PO Box 30781
Lansing, MI 48909-8281