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Gary Brigden, owner and manager of NorthWest Metal Recycling, said he doesn't buy scrap metal from strangers walking in the door without photo identification, a longstanding oakley canteen practice. "I'm fully prepared to go with what the legislation is.... What they're doing now, we've been doing for a long time." The province unveiled details of its scheme to cut down on theft of metal, particularly valuable industrial copper wire. Those selling metal to a dealer will be required to present identification. Dealers will be required to share seller information on a daily basis with police. affordable oakley sunglasses The scheme is similar to that used for pawn shops in some municipalities, including Kamloops. "I welcome the legislation," said Brigden, who operates one of two scrap metal recyclers in Kamloops.
"If it keeps stuff from being stolen or someone oaklay sunglasses from deals on oakley sunglasses being electrocuted, then the provincial government has gone a long ways." Dealers who don't follow the new rules will face fines of up to $100,000. Thieves in the Kamloops area have stolen as much as a mile of wire from highway utility installations in past.
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