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TITLE 13. PUBLIC SAFETY

CHAPTER 7. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

REPORTING BY SCRAP METAL AND USED AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS DEALERS

ARTICLE 1. REPORTING BY SCRAP METAL AND USED AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS DEALERS

Article 1, consisting of Section R13-7-101 through R13-7-103, made by final rulemaking at 19 A.A.R. 1796, effective September 7, 2013 (Supp. 13-3).

R13-7-101. Definitions

R13-7-102. Electronic Standards for Reporting Receipt of Scrap Metal

R13-7-103. Electronic Standards for Reporting Receipt of Lead Acid Batteries

ARTICLE 1. REPORTING BY SCRAP METAL AND USED AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS DEALERS

R13-7-101. Definitions

In addition to the definitions provided under A.R.S. §§ 44-1321 and 44-1641 and for the purposes of this Article, the following definitions apply:

1. “Department” means the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

2. “Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database” means the Internet-based database supported by the Department for the collection of data regarding the sale and purchase of scrap metal and lead acid batteries.

Historical Note

New Section R13-7-101 made by final rulemaking at 19 A.A.R. 1796, effective September 7, 2013 (Supp. 13-3).

R13-7-102. Electronic Standards for Reporting Receipt of Scrap Metal

A. A scrap metal dealer required to submit an electronic record under subsection § 44-1644(A) shall submit the record into the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database. To submit the record, the scrap metal dealer shall create an electronic account in the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database. The scrap metal dealer may:

1. Manually submit each record directly into the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database, or

2. Upload individual or batch records from a point-of-sale software program or other software program into the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database.

B. A scrap metal dealer choosing to upload records under subsection (A)(2) shall conform to the following electronic submission standards:

1. Have available and use Internet connectivity for submission to the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database;

2. Ensure when uploading an individual or batch record that:

a. The record is not any of the following electronic formats:

i. Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), Tagged Image File Format (TIFF), Graphics Interchange Format (GIF), Portable Network Graphics (PNG), or any other picture format;

ii. Portable Document Format (PDF); or

iii. Word processing program format; and

b. The record submitted is in a format that enables the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database to perform data parsing and configuration necessary to merge the record with the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database.

C. A scrap metal dealer choosing to upload records under subsection (A)(2) shall ensure that the Department has current specifications regarding the format in which the records are submitted so the Department can make changes necessary to merge the records with the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database.

Historical Note

New Section R13-7-102 made by final rulemaking at 19 A.A.R. 1796, effective September 7, 2013 (Supp. 13-3).

R13-7-103. Electronic Standards for Reporting Receipt of Lead Acid Batteries

A. A used automotive components dealer required to submit an electronic record under subsection § 44-1327(A) shall submit the record into the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database. To submit the record, the used automotive components dealer shall create an electronic account in the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database. The used automotive components dealer may:

1. Manually submit each record directly into the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database, or

2. Upload individual or batch records from a point-of-sale software program or other software program into the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database.

B. When submitting a record into the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database, a used automotive components dealer shall indicate that the record is about receipt of lead acid batteries.

C. A used automotive components dealer choosing to upload records under subsection (A)(2) shall conform to the following electronic submission standards:

1. Have available and use Internet connectivity for submission to the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database;

2. Ensure when uploading an individual or batch record that:

a. The record is not any of the following electronic formats:

i. Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), Tagged Image File Format (TIFF), Graphics Interchange Format (GIF), Portable Network Graphics (PNG), or any other picture format;

ii. Portable Document Format (PDF); or

iii. Word processing program format; and

b. The record submitted is in a format that enables the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database to perform data parsing and configuration necessary to merge the record with the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database.

3. A used automotive components dealer choosing to upload records under subsection (A)(2) shall ensure that the Department has current specifications regarding the format in which the records are submitted so the Department can make changes necessary to merge the records with the Scrap Metal and Lead Acid Battery Database.

Historical Note

New Section R13-7-103 made by final rulemaking at 19 A.A.R. 1796, effective September 7, 2013 (Supp. 13-3).

 


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