If you are looking to sell your scrap metals in the state of Connecticut, it’s important to know what scrap laws are there so you can prepare yourself. When you are bringing your metals into the local yards in Connecticut, it can be important to know what kind of regulations and laws are in place for you as a scrapper. Luckily the iScrap App has put together some of the important information for you to know when you are selling your scrap metal in Connecticut. Below you can see a summary of scrap metal laws in Connecticut.
Summary of Connecticut Scrap Laws:
Records: Connecticut scrap yards must keep a record of all transactions when scrappers are selling materials.
Vehicle ID: Scrap yards in Connecticut are also required to keep record of the customer’s car including a photo of it and the license plate number.
Photo & Video: The scrap yard must also keep a photo of the materials bought and also a description of the metals, including where it came from.
Tag & Hold: Scrap yards are required to have a 5-day tag-and-hold poolicy for transactions of telecommunication wire, unless it’s bought by a registered business owner, like demolition or electrician.
ID Information: The scrap yard is required to keep the record of the scrapper selling materials, this can include a copy of the driver’s license.
NMVTIS Reporting: If the scrap yard buys a vehicle they are required to report it to NMVTIS (National Motor Vehicle Title Information System).
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