This rather old Nature article argues about the importance of Helium recycling due to its scarcity:
(..) scientists rely on to cool superconducting magnets inside nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers, magnetic resonance imaging scanners, particle accelerators, and much else besides.
Other helium shortages have caused havoc for labs over the past two decades. Yet there is a simple way for researchers to both insulate themselves from supply shortages and save on their helium bills — a large chunk of running expenses in many labs.
Ensuring that Helium is not wasted seems necessary and I am wondering if / how does US ensure that this does not become an issue. I am thinking of something similar to battery recycling which seems to be covered by federal law.
Question: What is the current US Helium recycling policy?