Idaho recyclers look to alter scrap metal law
Feb 04, 2014 | 04:14 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK A coalition of Idaho recyclers has proposed amendments to a state scrap metal purchasing law that would ease transaction record requirements and exempt scrap metal businesses from being charged with a felony for violating provisions of the law.
House Bill 433 would amend legislation passed in 2013 that requires scrap purchasers to obtain either photographs or digital recordings lasting more than 30 seconds for all nonferrous and stainless steel scrap transactions (amm.com, April 1). ....
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