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You must get a scrap metal dealer licence from the council if you buy, sell or store scrap metal
Details of the new offence of purchasing scrap metal for cash and how the new offence will be implemented from 3 December 2012.
Guidance on commonly raised issues in relation to the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013.
Standard rules to operate storage of furnace ready scrap metal for recovery.
Guidance and information for local authorities on licencing and suitability of dealers, chargeable fees, definition of terms and other issues around this 2013 act.
Standard rules to store up to 75,000 tonnes of furnace ready scrap metal for recovery.
Guidance for local authorities relevant to the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013.
The T9 exemption allows you to treat scrap metal for handling or recovery by sorting, grading, shearing by manual feed, baling, crushing or cutting with handheld equipment.
Regulators must use this process guidance note (PGN) to assess applications and write permits for the extraction of non-ferrous metal.
You need an itinerant (travelling) metal dealer's licence to buy and sell scrap metal door-to-door in Scotland
Contact your council for a licence to deal scrap metal from regular premises in Scotland
Guidance provides information about the fee-raising function for local authorities and useful details for those applying for a dealer licence.
Evaluation of the Home Office impact assessment for the Scrap Metal Dealers Act
The Secretary of State is required to conduct a review of the act and to publish a report of the conclusions of that review within 5 years of the act coming into force.
Impact Assessment - Scrap Metal Dealers Bill…
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
For each activity there is a set of rules and a risk assessment.
Offender illegally transported scrap metal without a licence
Access the Environment Agency's public register of data.
The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (“the 2012 Act”) creates five new criminal offences.
Section 142 - offences…
How to classify iron and steel if you are importing into or exporting from the EU.
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