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TT&E was excited to attend the CONNECT Conference last Friday in Garner! The Connect Conference delivered some great information on recent Garner developments that will impact the town’s economic climate. “Garner is poised for greater economic success, and this event … Continue reading
The school district of Forest City, Iowa felt there was something odd beneath the ground where new bus barns were to be erected.
Not only does recycling have a positive impact on the environment, when you take your recyclables to TT&E’s eco-friendly metal recycling facility, you can do so much more! Experience fast and friendly service and extra cash in your pocket! Environmental … Continue reading
White Cloud Electronic Cigarettes has partnered with Big Green Box to ensure that the U.S. Department of Transportation and United Nations packaging standards are met for disposing of electronic waste. Valued customers will have the ability to recycle their rechargeable … Continue reading
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), has released a report noting a decline in metals theft incidents. The report looks at the metal theft insurance claims from Jan. 1, 2011, through Dec. 31, 2013.
When finishing a DIY project, new addition to your home, or any sort of general maintenance, think of TT&E before hauling your metal waste materials to a landfill. In order to decrease loads in landfills and prevent toxic materials from … Continue reading
Did you know that Garner has been selected as one of twenty finalists in the 2013 All-America Cities award? This award is presented by the National Civic League to communities each year for outstanding civic accomplishments and has been described … Continue reading
The good news first, you have scrap metal to sort! This means you will be making some money in the near future and sorting your metals will help maximize your profit. It can be difficult to identify and sort scrap … Continue reading
In our last post, we discussed the difference between ferrous and nonferrous metals. It was explained that ferrous metals are those that contain iron and nonferrous metals are those do not contain iron. A costly misconception is that steel is … Continue reading