When you are looking to recycle your scrap metal with the scrap yards in Delaware, it’s important to know the right laws and regulations. The iScrap App can help you learn what to expect before your bring your scrap in. When looking to sell materials to your local yard, it’s can help knowing what you have to bring like a photo ID and also what is going to happen when selling particular materials like copper and vehicles. Below the iScrap App Team has put together some of the important parts you should know about the Delaware Scrap Metal Laws.
Summary of Delaware Scrap Laws:
Records: Scrap yards in Delaware are required to keep records of all transactions at their facility.
Photos & Videos: Scrap yards must also have a photo or video of the seller and the license plate information from the scrapper.
Photo ID: Scrap yards can also take a copy of the valid photo ID of a customer to keep a record of the seller.
Authorities: Delaware scrap yard facility must report all transactions for law enforcement.
Tag & Hold: There is a 7-day tag-and-hold policy for yards, unless the transaction is with a commercial company.
NMVTIS Reporting: When selling a vehicle to the scrap yards in Delaware, the information will be reported to the NMVTIS (National Motor Vehicle Title Identification System).
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