Stiffer NJ scrap regulations get Senate committee OK
Mar 05, 2013 | 04:26 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH New Jersey metal recyclers will have to obtain more transaction details, maintain records longer and could be banned from paying cash in some cases if changes to existing laws are enacted.
The stiffer regulations are aimed at decreasing scrap metal thefts in the state. State Sen. Donald Norcross (D., Camden/Gloucester) announced that bill S2162, which he sponsored in August, has been approved by the state Senates Commerce Committee. ....
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