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COVID-19 Update

We are all aware of the ongoing issues that COVID-19 has created for everyone.  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. 

The Cope Company Salt is open and continues to provide brine system design and consult with engineers. Cope is also providing service and supplying AUTOBrine® customers with bulk water conditioning salt and brine as well as our routine pallets of food grade and other salt products as needed during this time of crisis.   We are classified as an essential business in accordance with state guidelines as a Chemical and Allied Products Merchant Wholesaler.  In addition, we are part of the supply chain for critical facilities such as hospitals, labs, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage manufacturing, data centers, retirement communities and municipalities.

As you may know, the AUTOBrine is an automated brine delivery system only requiring a supply of salt to provide brine to softeners that process water for mission-critical systems such as boilers, chillers and hypochlorite generators.  The AUTOBrine can be filled without having to enter buildings or secured areas.  In times like this the system helps maintain social distancing by not needing to be face to face when the salt is delivered.       

As we go forward, it may be unclear how your company intends to handle current and future projects.  In the meantime, we are here to discuss and assist with any ongoing needs you might have.  If you are in the design stage of a project and would like information on the AUTOBrine or if you would be interested in learning about the AUTOBrine, we would welcome the opportunity to connect with you either by phone or by video conference.  We truly value the relationships we have built with our engineers over the last 25 plus years!

Thank you for partnering with us.  Stay healthy, positive and strong!

Cope Salt Donates $3000 to Bethany Village

Cope Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to the Bethany Village, Mechanicsburg.  The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations.   The contribution will be used toward Bethany Village’s Benevolent Care program, which provides for residents who have outlived their resources, allowing them to remain at Bethany Village.

Pictured left to right:
Jeanette Aksu, Cope Salt Technical Support; Susan Mayernick, Bethany Village VP of Development; Jacob Kanagy, Bethany Village Associate Director of Development; and Jeff Fuhrman Cope Salt Marketing Specialist

Cope Salt manufactures the AUTOBrine® System, an automatic brine system that solves the problem of the time-consuming, costly, and painstaking task of managing water conditioning salt brine levels.  The AUTOBrine® System cuts costs and eliminates risks associated with handling heavy salt bags.  AUTOBrine® System also helps users reduce their carbon footprint.

Cope Salt Donates $3000 to Luther Acres

Cope Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to the Luther Acres, Lititz.  The donation is part of Cope Salt’s AUTOGive program which makes quarterly donations to non-profit organizations.   Luther Acres was selected because Cope Salt admires Luther Acres’ commitment to serving the youngest and the oldest in our communities.

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$3000 Donated to Fulton County Medical Center Foundation

Fulton County Medical Center (FCMC) Foundation was this quarter’s recipient of Cope Salt’s $3000 AUTOGive donation.  Cope Service Technician Jerry Deverter selected the Foundation because he admires the work that the Foundation does.  Jerry and KC Kramer, Brine Systems Manager, presented the check to Mike Straley, Executive Director of FCMC Foundation.  The donation will likely be used toward renovation of the dialysis unit.

AUTOGive is a Cope Salt program that donates to non-profit AUTOBrine customers.  Each quarter, a different Cope employee selects the recipient.

Left to right: KC Kramer, Mike Straley, Jerry Deverter