You must be licensed as a Salvage Dealer to carry on a business buying or selling salvage in the province. This license does not allow a person to sell motor vehicle parts except as salvage.
New Brunswick requires that at the time of purchasing or receiving salvage, the licensee is required to keep a record of these transactions by completing form 45-3237 and receipt 45-3050. CARI is actively advocating to ensure that government does not make recyclers responsible for crime prevention. CARI’s position on material theft policy is outlined here.
These links provide current information on worker’s rights and safety standards:
NATIONAL STEWARDSHIP AGREEMENT for operating an EPRA Program
The New Brunswick Tire Stewardship Regulation (1996) established a tire stewardship program for the province. Scrap tires are now accepted for recycling wherever new tires are sold.
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