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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

The Creative Side of Scrap Metal sculptures—a fascination primarily held by innovative, handy artists. You’ll happen upon them in lawns, NYC, all over the world. Let’s visit some unique, lesser talked about sculptures in the world. Balloon sculptures by Jeff … Continue reading

What’s Going On In the Market? We’re going to be straight with you—the metal industry is a little ‘sick’ right now. Rather than brushing it under the rug, let’s talk about it and explore what’s happening in the industry right … Continue reading

TT&E Cares…A Lot. But Why? TT&E is a company that likes to do business honestly, safely, and to the customer’s benefit. We were built on honest values and continue running the business to this day with the beliefs instilled by the founders, … Continue reading

Iron & steel scrap, also referred to as ferrous material, can come to a scrapyard from end of life products or as waste from the manufacturing process. Ferrous metals and alloys contain iron; non-ferrous materials do not. But it’s not so … Continue reading

Best Buy Celebrates Milestone: 1 Billion Pounds of Recycled Electronics in Just Five Years Since launching its free recycling program five years ago. The amount of consumer electronics and appliances recycled comes to 1 billion pounds. Dayton (Gov) and Joly … Continue reading

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.

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.