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N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA & CS): Overview of the North Carolina Pesticide Container Recycling Program
In 1993, the North Carolina General Assembly enacted legislation creating the Pesticide Environmental Trust Fund (PETF). This law requires companies registering pesticide products in North Carolina to pay an additional $25 or $50 environmental assessment fee for each brand registered with the NC Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA&CS). 
Doing Your Part: Recycle plastic ag pesticide containers for useful products. (Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources News – Univ of Nebraska - Lincoln)
How to Rinse Pesticide Containers by Clyde Ogg (Institute of Agriculture & Natural Resources - University of Nebraska - Lincoln
North Carolina’s Plastic Pesticide Container Recycling Program — A Successful Collaboration
ACRC Calculation of Overall Recycling Rate of Plastic Used for Packaging Liquid Formulated Pesticide
ACRC Surveys States Regarding Open Burning of Pesticide Containers
Pesticide Container Recycling Levels Hit New High for Sixth Straight Year
Post-Use Management of IBCs
While IBCs; aka mini-bulks or totes, are not part of the ACRC container recycling program, we do try to assist the USEPA and The Pesticide Stewardship Alliance (TPSA) in their efforts to promote best management practices and provide information to users on “the right thing to do.” 
N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA & CS): Exemplary Support of Pesticide Container Recycling
In 1993, the North Carolina General Assembly enacted legislation creating the Pesticide Environmental Trust Fund (PETF).  This law requires companies registering pesticide products in North Carolina to pay an additional $25 or $50 environmental assessment fee for each brand registered with the N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA & CS).