Arizona Bag Legislations

Statewide Legislation

Status Inactive
Notes AZ H.B. 2408, AZ H.B. 2131
Updated October 02, 2019


Status Approved
Status Date September 03, 2014
Plastic Summary
  • 2.25mil Min Plastic Bag Thickness
  • Specific Id Requirements
Paper Summary
  • 100% Min Recyclable
  • 40% Min PCW
Reusable Definition Made of cloth or other machine washable fabric that has handles, or a durable plastic bag that is at least 2.25 mil thick with handles and is specifically designed and manufactured for multiply use. The bag shall not contain lead, cadmium or any other heavy metal in toxic amounts.
Stores Affected
Retail Establishment means a licensed business located within the City of Bisbee that provides one or more consumer items to its customers intended for off site use or consumption. For the purpose of this Article, any restrictions imposed upon a retail establishment shall be equally applicable to the employee, manager, ...view more contractors and agents of that retail establishment. view less
Fees Paper Fee: $0.05 per bag
Comply Date April 22, 2014
Ordinance O-13-14
Updated October 02, 2019


Status Failed, but voluntary recycling program
Ordinance HB2416
Notes 2/18/2009 - Did not pass a recycling and labeling program. They do have a voluntary program which stores encourage reusable bags and accept plastic bags for recycling. Bag Central Station.
Updated October 02, 2019


Status Voluntary Recycling Program
Notes Bag Central Program - see Phoenix
Updated October 02, 2019


Status Voluntary Recycling Program
Notes Bag Central Program - see Phoenix
Updated October 02, 2019

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