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The Key to Employee Risk Management?  Salt Brine Systems

The Key to Employee Risk Management? Salt Brine Systems

Be honest. Is there anything appealing about regularly lifting 40-50 lbs. bags of salt to replenish a water conditioning system? No, and we believe your employees who do that heavy lifting would tend to agree because 1 in 5 workplace injuries are back related. Here...

A Historical Look Into Pneumatics

A Historical Look Into Pneumatics

Our world is fascinated by the instantaneous. Numb to the measures by which we no longer must wait for information, purchases, and things alike. The process of delivery, bridging the gap between point A and point B, has been the motivation behind some of history’s...

AUTOBrine Wants You to Exhale with Ease

AUTOBrine Wants You to Exhale with Ease

Breathe in. Breathe out. That is the subconscious rhythm of our everyday. In the midst of our responsibilities and recreation, our trials and triumphs, breath flows at the very center of what makes us who we are. While our exhale may not directly affect the world...

Let AUTOBrine Take the Salt Off Your Back

Let AUTOBrine Take the Salt Off Your Back

Water.  Nothing would be the same without it.  Our homes, schools, and businesses would be forced into a new way of existing without its presence.  And if we were to look internally, we would find that the human being’s chemistry bears the same reality. Water is...

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

The Cope Company Salt would like to extend our compassion and empathy to all those affected by this virus. While this situation is in constant flux, we thought it would be important to give you a brief update.

Cope Salt Donates $3000 to Conestoga Valley Education Fund

Cope Salt Donates $3000 to Conestoga Valley Education Fund

Cope Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to the Conestoga Valley Education Fund (CVEF), Lancaster. The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations. Cope Salt employee and Conestoga Valley High School...