An International Fire Code amendment that would have impacted e-scrap operators has been rejected. According to e-Scrap News, the fire code, which is administered by the International Code Council (ICC), is updated every three years. The current update process is now in its second stage, when various committees vote on proposed code changes to form a final proposal. In late October, voting members met in Richmond, Va. for a series of public hearings to decide which amendments move to the next stage of the update process. To read the article click here.