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Houston-area scrap metal company believes theft prevention should be the focus of city’s new ordinance on catalytic converters

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HOUSTON – C&D Scrap Metal has been recycling metals for more than four decades.

Dennis Laviage, the owner of the business, said the city’s new ordinance on catalytic converters is what needs to be scrapped.

“It’s not the scrap dealer,” he said. “There are probably bad scrap dealers buying this stuff, but at the end of the day, they have to stop it before it happens.”

Laviage founded C&D Scrap Metal 43 years ago.

“We process between 3,000 and 5,000 tons per month of scrap metal,” Laviage said.

He said buying it is a 15-step process.

“If you come in with a pound of anything else we must obtain a copy of your driver’s license,” he explained. “Two signatures, along with two fingerprints, the make, the model, the color of the vehicle. The year and the license plate number.”

These are just the highlights, he said, the city of Houston’s new ordinance on catalytic converters is redundant to rules and regulations that already exist.

These are just the highlights, he said, the city of Houston’s new ordinance on catalytic converters is redundant to rules and regulations that already exist.

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