Michigan takes a new stab at tightening scrap laws
Apr 24, 2013 | 10:58 AM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH Michigan metal recyclers are facing a new round of proposed changes to existing scrap laws that could include a cash ban on some items.
Two bills introduced in the state House would update nonferrous scrap regulations to include all scrap metal and require all transactions to include a photograph of the load, as well as the name of the scale operator or employee who authorized the purchase. Industrial and commercial accounts already on file with a recycler would be exempt from the requirements.....
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