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Possibly, but there is some background information and a few details you should know first. It was just over a year ago. Words that were at one time so distant from regular discourse started to engrain themselves into everyday vocabularies. “Pandemic” and “Quarantine” sounded like notes from a movie script, and yet their 2020 global…

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Liquid salt brine applications improve icy conditions. Lancaster, February 3, 2014: With this winter making its entrance known with snow storms and squalls many townships have already dug into their winter road maintenance budget, leaving decisions to be made for the rest of the winter. Salt shortages on the East Coast as well as the…

Do you understand the alerts issued by the National Weather Service(NWS)?  Did you know that local offices of the NWS set the criteria to issue warnings, watches, or advisories based on regional standards?  For example, guidelines in the southern states will differ from those in the Northeast.  Regardless of location, the hierarchy is the same. …

Slips, trips and falls (STFs) are a major cause of preventable injuries and deaths in the workplace. According to the US Department of Labor, STFs make up the majority of general industrial accidents and 15% of all accidental deaths (second only to motor vehicle deaths). They are one of the most frequently reported injuries (25%…

Food grade salt is the purest form of salt you can buy. The typical range is 99.7 to 99.99% pure sodium chloride (NaCl). How is it possible to achieve such a high percentage of purity? The answer is evaporation. Two of the main three salt collecting methods use a form of evaporation and are responsible…

At long last, winter has come to an end. Snow blowers are being replaced with lawn mowers, and sandals take the place of snow boots. Swimming pool salt becomes more popular than road salt and ice melt. However, ice melt suppliers like Cope Salt don’t just kick back and take a vacation during the summer.…

Cope Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Luther Acres, Litiz, PA.  The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations. Read More

In This Issue: Prepare Your Pool Cope Welcomes New Driver Custom AUTOBrine® Solves Problems Ice Melt Stats Read Newsletter

It may be March, but it will soon be time to start thinking about swimming pool season. When it comes to sanitizing a pool, the two primary options are salt water pools and chlorine pools. Let’s weigh out some of the key points about salt water vs. chlorine pools.

Starting in 2018 Cope Salt implemented a new way to give back to our communities.  Under the Gift Match Program, the Company will match up to $1500 per employee toward charitable giving.  In 2018, $14,543 was matched! 

It may be March, but it’s never a bad time to consider the benefits of using an ice melt product for winter safety. The advantages of ice melt appeal to homeowners, business owners, and renters alike. Advantages of Ice Melt 1. It’s affordable Too often, people make the mistake of choosing not to buy ice…

Liquid Deicer vs Salt For years and years, the country relied solely on salt to treat roads during winter weather. However, as salt supply becomes more and more limited, some people are starting to turn to an alternative: liquid deicer. How does liquid deicer compare to the traditional road salt? Below, we’ll outline some of…

The History of Road Salt For as long as many of us can remember, we’ve been using salt to treat our roads and keep them safer during winter weather. However, when did we start using road salt, and how did it come to be? Read on to find out more on the history of road…

Believe it or not, there’s more to applying ice melt than simply sprinkling it on the sidewalk and calling it a day. However, many people often neglect to educate themselves on how to properly use ice melt. As a result, there can be some dangerous and messy consequences. Update yourself on these common ice melt…

Winter snow may look pretty, but it comes with some not so pretty and dangerous outcomes like icy roads and walkways. So, having the correct product for your needs is important. When it comes to ice melt, many people find themselves asking, “How much do I apply?” Good question. First, you need to understand the…

In This Issue: Happy 50th Cope! Open House Recap Pre-Treat De-Icer 144 Solar Panels Installed AUTOBrine® Space Tight Solution Pneumatic Salt Delivery Issues? AUTOGive Donation Read Newsletter  

As beautiful as winter may be, it comes with some not so pretty, dangerous outcomes. For those that work outdoors, working safely in winter weather is crucial, and not being safe on the job could lead to some serious injuries. So, we’ve put together some winter safety tips for work, that way you can maximize…

Cope Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to the Fulton County Medical Center Foundation, Mcconnellsburg, PA.  The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations. Read More

Cope will be hosting its Annual Open House Event on October 19th, 10am-2pm   In addition to our normal open house we will also be celebrating our 50th Anniversary!

Cope Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to the Lankenau Medical Center Foundation, Wynnewood.  The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations. Read more.

Cope Salt, Lancaster, recently acquired A Salt Company Inc, Wrightsville.  The acquisition will allow Cope Salt to provide its patented automatic brine delivery system, AUTOBrine®, to new businesses that use softened water such as retirement communities, car washes, hotels, office complexes, health centers, restaurants and schools.

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Willow Valley Communities, Lancaster.  The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations.  Read full story.

Have you ever wondered why we feel cold?  A quick look at human physiology provides the answer.

What is Blended Ice Melt and How Does it work? Ice melt blends are popular because they are economically priced while maintaining the ability to work quickly at extremely low temperatures.  Typical blended ice melt contains a combination of sodium chloride, magnesium chloride or calcium chloride.  These chlorides work in different ways to melt ice…

This time of year can be beautiful but winter weather hazards are lurking.  Be aware of the dangers and take precautions.  Here are just a few threats to avoid.

Ice Melt around Plants and Pets A winter storm is coming and you need a safe ice melt for pets and vegetation.  Commercial users don’t want to damage landscaping adjacent to roads, driveways, walkways and parking lots.  Residential users often ask for a product that is safer to use around pets.  Both types of customers…

Two dreaded winter weather conditions are freezing rain and sleet.  Countless commutes, road trips and walks across parking lots have been complicated by these headaches.  In addition to being inconvenient, both can create hazards on roadways and walkways.  Although they are both nuisances, there are differences between the two. 

Why Does Salt Melt Ice Salt is the primary ingredient in most ice melt products because it lowers the freezing point of water.  This is referred to as “freezing point depression.”  In its pure state, water freezes at 32°F.  Even though it may not be visible, molecular water is always present on the surface of…

What is It Anti-icing is the application of liquid brine (salt water solution) to surfaces before a winter storm hits.  This proactive approach focuses on combating ice before it has the chance to stick.  Properly applied, liquid brine prevents ice from bonding to surfaces and lowers the temperature at which water freezes.

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Tel Hai Retirement Community.  The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations.   

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $2000 to Mennonite Disaster Services (MDS), Lititz.  Cope Salt is impressed with MDS’s commitment to responding to natural and man-made disasters in the United States and Canada. 

The Cope Co. Salt is among 17 finalists for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s “Small Business of the Year” award. Lancaster-based Cope manufactures the patented AUTOBrine® System, which manages water-conditioning salt brine levels.

Cope Salt Finalist for DREAM BIG AWARD Lancaster, PA – Cope Salt, Lancaster, was honored by the US Chamber of Commerce by being selected as a finalist for the Small Business of the Year Award.

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $2000 to World Vision.  World Vision is a humanitarian organization that partners with children, families, and their communities to help them reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Brethren Village Retirement Community, Lancaster.  The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations.  Read story.

Position Overview Fast-paced office looking for well organized, self-motivated person who is able to multitask in a hectic environment.  25-30 hours per week with possibility of full time during winter season. Flexible hours. No evenings or weekends. Must be familiar working on computers using Microsoft office applications. Click here to see full job description. If…

Position Overview Service/repair/installation of the AUTOBrine® System, automatic brine maker.   All work is performed in commercial operations, no residential projects.  The qualified applicant typically works independently, relying heavily on prior professional experience of local and state regulations.  The typical commitment is M-F 7-4 schedule with the occasional weekend/evening service work.  Over-night travel is required for…

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Fairmount Homes Retirement Community, Ephrata.  The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program. Read story.

For Immediate Release: April 14, 2017, by the Salt Institute Naples, FL- A new study published in the Proceedings of the Natural Academy of the Sciences (Salting our freshwater lakes) purports to sound the alarm about rising chloride levels in North American lakes. The study actually found that chloride levels in the majority of the…

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $2000 to The Common Wheel, a community bike shop and learning center whose mission is to improve lives in Lancaster through the power of bikes. The Common Wheel strives to make cycling accessible to everyone.

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $6000 to EMPOWER HOPE, an emerging Lancaster-based non-profit whose mission is empowering orphaned children and vulnerable young adults with the healing hope of Christ to overcome poverty through education and entrepreneurship.

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Ann’s Choice Retirement Community, Warminster.  The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program.  Read story.

In preparation for the approaching winter season, The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, constructed an immense covered salt pit with a 1,500 ton capacity. 

Registration is Open and spots are filling up quick! Register now to ensure your spot at our Open House Event this year and to receive your free copy of the presentation and speaker sessions this year. Share it with your employees who couldn’t make it or use it for your own training purposes! SNEAK PEAK……

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Masonic Village, Elizabethtown. The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program.  Cope employee, Jonathan Dice selected Masonic Village for Cope’s quarterly non-profit donation because his aunt is a resident there.

The Cope Company Salt has expanded its automatic brine system, AUTOBrine® offering to the Mid-West Region and welcomes two new Sales Representatives to our team.  David Fields and Bret Abner joined the Cope Company in June and are excited to offer the AUTOBrine® to facilities in need of a safer, greener, and more cost effective way…

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $2000 to The Humane League of Lancaster County.    The Human League is best known for their animal adoption centers and non-profit veterinary hospitals.  Cope Salt wants to help the Humane League continue their work of saving animals and helping people be the best caretakers they can…

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to The Haiti Medical Project.  The Project was started to meet the basic medical needs in Haitian communities where there is limited access to doctors and hospital care resulting in high infectious disease, infant and maternal mortality rates.  Cope’s donation will be used to help fund mobile clinics…

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Spang Crest Senior Living Community, Lebanon. The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program which will directly benefit Spang Crest’s Caring Fund. This fund allows residents whose personal assets have been depleted to remain at Spang Crest and receive the same services and level…

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $2000 to Boy Scouts of America, Pennsylvania Dutch Council which serves Lancaster and Lebanon Counties.  Cope Salt regularly gives money to local non-profits as part of their In the Community program.

The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to St. Anne’s Retirement Community, West Hempfield. The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program. Cope employee, Rick Brosey selected St. Anne’s for Cope’s quarterly non-profit donation because he appreciates the work they do. With the donation Cope Salt became a Silver Sponsor at St…

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, is proud to announce that it has been named to Central Penn Business Journal’s 19th annual list of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Central Pennsylvania.  This is the first time that Cope Salt achieved this milestone. “We are proud to be recognized as a local…

No Business Like Snow Business The Cope Company Salt will be hosting it’s annual Open House this year on October 23rd.  The event will start at 9:45am with registration.  The following events will include educational sessions, raffles, and lunch. Click here to register or learn more.

The Cope Company Salt donated $2000 to the Bridge Youth Center this month as part of the In the Community Program that was introduced last year.  Bridge Youth Center is the fourth non-profit to receive funds through this program. The Bridge exists to offer FAITH, HOPE and LOVE to the Ephrata community. We do this…

Landis Homes receives a $3,000 donation from Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, PA. Read more on Landis Homes

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Mennonite Home Communities in Lancaster.  The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program. 

Lancaster, PA, – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, is now a member of ISNetworld, a global contractor supplier management resource. ISNetworld connects hiring clients with approved contractors to help ensure compliance with health, safety, quality, regulatory and procurement standards. The Cope Company Salt achieved recognition by meeting and exceeding criteria that identified the company as…

The Cope Salt Company was able to donate $2000 to the Conestoga Valley Education Foundation in July as part of it’s In the Community Program that was rolled out last year. CVEF strives to enrich the education, values, and cultural experience of youth by extending their current educational opportunities through creative and innovative programs. To promote…

We will match donations dollar-for-dollar up to $2.5k. Please consider participating as a way to support the new Amos Herr Dream Park.

We will match donations dollar-for-dollar up to $2k. Hope International invests in the dreams of families of underserved nations, help us make dreams come true.

On Tuesday, January 27, Pleasant View Retirement Community received a $3,000 donation to its Benevolent Care Fund from Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, PA. Pleasant View was the first recipient of Cope Company Salt’s newly created AUTOGive program. Read more on Pleasant View Retirement Website

In an economic downturn, it sometimes seems impossible to stay ahead of the curve and to remain competitive. These caveats can scare companies and with the hit that small businesses are taking, the future doesn’t always look bright.So how does a small business keep itself in the forefront of their industry without breaking the bank?…