Mass. recyclers relieved as House advances scrap bill
Nov 18, 2011 | 04:31 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH Massachusetts recyclers are breathing a sigh of relief over the language of a proposed bill making its way through the state House of Representatives that would tighten regulations for scrap metals.
The state legislation, H.B. 3273, passed its third reading Nov. 16, and if passed would require recyclers to tag materials that fit the description of stolen items. Any recycler buying material that matches the description would have up to 24....
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