July 31, the Ministry of Commerce announced the "Detailed Rules for the Implementation of the Measures for the Recycling of Scrapped Motor Vehicles" (hereinafter referred to as the "Detailed Rules"), which will take effect on September 1, 2020. The rules stipulate that any unit or individual is prohibited from using the "five major assemblies" of scrapped motor vehicles to assemble motor vehicles.
The Detailed Rules require that recycling and dismantling companies should establish a sales account for scrapped motor vehicle parts, truthfully record the number, model, and flow of scrapped motor vehicles, and enter it into the "National Automobile Circulation Information Management Application Service" system.
Recycling and dismantling enterprises shall encode the "five major assemblies" of scrapped motor vehicles sold for remanufacturing in accordance with the identification rules formulated by the Ministry of Commerce, in which the original vehicle identification code information shall be entered in the frame.
The Detailed Rules emphasize that recycling and dismantling enterprises should disassemble, collect, store, transport and recycle the waste power batteries or other types of energy storage devices of scrapped new energy vehicles in accordance with the relevant national requirements for the management of the recycling and utilization of power batteries for new energy vehicles.
Recycling and dismantling enterprises shall record the identification code of scrapped new energy vehicles and the code, quantity, model, flow direction and other information of the power battery into the "Integrated Management Platform for National Monitoring of New Energy Vehicles and Power Battery Recycling and Traceability" system.
The dismantled “five major assemblies” of scrapped motor vehicles that meet the conditions for remanufacturing can be sold to enterprises with remanufacturing capabilities in accordance with relevant state regulations for remanufacturing and recycling; those that do not meet the conditions for remanufacturing shall be used as scrap metal for remanufacturing，sold to smelting or crushing enterprises.
The parts and components other than the “five assemblies” of dismantled scrapped motor vehicles meet the mandatory national standards such as the protection of personal and property safety. If they can continue to be used, they can be sold, but the components and parts should be marked as “recycled parts of scrapped motor vehicles”.
The dismantled exhaust gas post-treatment devices and hazardous wastes shall be truthfully recorded and handed over to a qualified enterprise for dismantling and disposal, and shall not be sold or resold to other enterprises.
The disassembled power batteries shall be sold to power battery recycling service outlets established by new energy vehicle manufacturers, or tiered utilization enterprises that meet the national requirements for the management of cascade utilization of power batteries, or enterprises engaged in the comprehensive utilization of waste power batteries.
The rules stipulate that any unit or individual is prohibited from using the "five major assemblies" of scrapped motor vehicles to assemble motor vehicles. Motor vehicle maintenance operators shall not undertake to repair scrapped motor vehicles.
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