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 mistakes, and make sure you know how to avoid them! Continue reading
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 difference between ice melt and rock salt and know that different temperatures and surfaces require the appropriate product in order to work effectively. Continue reading
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
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 productivity while keeping yourself safe! Continue reading
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.
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. Continue reading
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.