This classification applies to the extraction, purification, refining or alloying of metals, including but not limited to gold, silver, tin, zinc, aluminum, calcium carbide, brass, bronze and copper (not lead) using metallurgical processes, such as heating, cooling, exposure to chemicals or electrolytes and compression. This classification includes the pouring of molten metals to produce ingots.
The manufacture, alloying, sintering, refining or recovery of lead shall be classified as 3647(2), Lead Mfg., Reclaiming or Alloying.
The dismantling of electronic waste to obtain recyclable materials for sale shall be classified as 8265(2), Junk Dealers.
|Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnote||Effective Date|
|SMELTING, SINTERING, REFINING OR ALLOYING — metals — not lead — N.O.C.||1/1/2016|
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