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Are you planning a road trip this summer? Going on a vacation with the family? Now that school’s out for the summer, many of us will plan to hit the road in search of a new destination. But the one thing … Continue reading
Honoring Our Troops Today, Every Day Memorial Day is a day to remember those who have given their lives in the pursuit of freedom. It’s a difficult day to celebrate for many, but an honor to call America our home … Continue reading
Children & recycling—what’s the connection? The world is growing at an exponential rate, leaving our young children and future generations with less and less space for living and growing. This is one of the most critical reasons why recycling needs … Continue reading
We hope you will celebrate the 46th year of the Earth Day movement with us! This year’s global theme revolves around getting closer to its 50th anniversary and planting 7.8 billion trees!
———Holiday Hours——— We will be closed: Thursday, December 24 @ 3p Friday, December 25 Saturday, December 26 Sunday, December 27 Friday, January 1 ———Shop with a Cop 2015——— “Have yourself a merry little Christmas” isn’t just a Christmas carol … Continue reading
We have our weekly winner of “Free Cash Friday”at TT&E! Congratulations goes out to KYLE FOLSOM! Mr. Folsom, please contact us at TT&E, and come by our facility to receive your cash prize. It’s easy, folks. We have a new weekly … Continue reading
We have our weekly winner of “Free Cash Friday”at TT&E! Congratulations goes out to THOMAS LESTER! Mr. Lester, please contact us at TT&E, and come by our facility to receive your cash prize. It’s easy, folks. We have a new weekly … Continue reading
NEW WAYFINDER SIGNS We at TT&E Iron and Metal are extremely excited to announce our new wayfinder signs! In our quest to provide the best customer service experience, we have now made it even easier to scrap for cash! So bring … Continue reading
The scrap metal industry is a multi-billion-dollar “Made In America” success story. Scrap recycling boosts economies ranging from small town America to major cities.
The school district of Forest City, Iowa felt there was something odd beneath the ground where new bus barns were to be erected.