- Thermostats, thermometers, switches, relays, lamps, medical or scientific instruments except for lamps by households and up to 15 lamps per month by non households
- Thermostats, thermometers, switches, relays, lamps, medical or scientific instruments but must be consistent with other states
- Mercury thermostats as of Jan 1, 2008; mercury switches and relays as of Jan 1, 2008 except for replacements in existing products and those in products refurbished for resale
- Ban applies only if Commissioner determines that comparable non-mercury alternatives are available. Commissioner must conduct an assessment and make this determination beginning in 2008 and upon request afterward, no more than once per year
- Also exempts BC batteries but bans novelty products
- Each thermostat manufacturer must, individually or collectively with other thermostat manufacturers, establish and maintain a program for collection and proper disposal of out-of-service mercury thermostats. Program must be implemented and collection containers made available beginning July 1, 2014. Collection goals apply for 2015 and 2016 - goals for out-years will be established by NY DEC through stakeholder process.
- For all mercury-containing products