Conservit receives approval for new equipment

Zoning Appeals Board approves a setback appeal to metals recycler to install conveyor at Maryland yard.

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March 5, 2018
Edited by Dan Sandoval

Scrap metal recycling company Conservit has reportedly been granted a setback appeal by the Washington County (Maryland) Zoning Appeals Board to install a conveyor belt at its scrap yard in Hagerstown, Maryland.

An online article by the Hagerstown-based Herald-Mail reports that Conservit President Jack Metzner has said the radial conveyor will be in a fixed position on the property and would be able to pivot 180 degrees.

Conservit operates an auto shredder at the Hagerstown site.