NC scrapyard owner eyeing ATM to combat metals theft
Sep 11, 2012 | 11:59 AM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH A North Carolina metals recycler plans to tackle metals theft using an ATM, a common piece of technology used in scrapyards to pay customers.
"Our intent is to use todays technology to support law enforcement," Raleigh Metal Recycling chief executive officer Greg Brown told AMM. "The ATM snaps a picture, which means law enforcement can obtain their evidence much (more quickly) than having to go to a bank, subpoena canceled checks and....
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