request to open a scrapyard in Las Vegas will be considered at
a July 26 hearing by the Southern Nevada Health District.
Apolonio Lerma Pineda
has submitted an application for a permit for Polos Scrap
to store, sort and process material on a 0.9-acre site.
The facility, which
will be open to the public, will buy ferrous and nonferrous
metals, and also will accept air conditioners whether or not
they have been drained of fluorocarbons, according to the
Southern Nevada Health District.
Pineda could not be reached for comment.