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PSC Metals eyeing new Pa. scrapyard

Keywords: Tags  scrapyard, Icahn Enterprises, PSC Metals, metals recycling, Sugarcreek, Reno

PITTSBURGH — PSC Metals Inc. is moving ahead with plans to open a new scrapyard in northwestern Pennsylvania after being granted the necessary approval.

The yard will expand the footprint of the Mayfield Heights, Ohio-based division of Icahn Enterprises LP, whose present reach in Pennsylvania goes as far east as Slippery Rock.

The bureau council in Sugarcreek in Venango County, Pa., has approved a conditional use permit for PSC Metals to establish a facility in the town of Reno. The metals recycler will now submit building plans and will be required to erect a fence, according to a borough employee.

The three-acre property, formerly occupied by a well-drilling service, includes a 13,660-square-foot building with loading docks.

PSC Metals declined to comment.

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