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COVID-19: New Hours, New Practices at Cohen Recycling Centers

LAST UPDATED APRIL 28: In accordance with guidance from government leadership and the CDC, Cohen’s recycling centers will begin re-opening to all customers, public and commercial, on Monday, May 4 on a limited schedule and with new procedures. Follow us on Facebook for updates.

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Battery Recycling: Safe, Sustainable, and Smart

Used batteries like everyday alkalines, batteries that run mobile phones and the kind that get your vehicle started every morning can be hazardous to people and the environment, so it’s important to dispose of them properly. Recycling is the responsible choice, and in some places it’s the law.

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Time for Spring Cleaning? Think Scrappy

Spring cleaning is a great opportunity to make some decisions about your stuff. The sustainability movement is inspiring people to take a closer look at their use & disposal habits and find both creative and practical ways to extend the life of their belongings.

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Get Charged Up About Recycling Household Electronics

Can you plug it in? Does it run on batteries? Does it use a charger? Answer “yes” to any of these questions for household electronics and you’ve got something recyclable on your hands. It’s important to recycle these appliances, devices and tools.

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So, You Need Personalized Scrap Management. Now What?

For enterprises that generate scrap continuously, custom scrap management is a necessity. At Cohen, we’ve been creating innovative scrapping solutions for hundreds of businesses for nearly a century.

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How To Manage Construction and Demolition Scrap

Scrap material can quickly pile up on construction and demolition job sites, impacting your efficiency and even creating a safety hazard. It’s important that when you’re going into a new job, you have a plan in place to collect and remove the waste you generate.

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Recycling Wires and Cables: What is The Difference, and is One More Valuable?

The average American replaces their smartphone every two to three years. Computers are on a roughly five-year cycle, laptops slightly less, and tablets in between. Once you’re done with them, into the recycling they go. But what about the cords?

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Factors That Impact Scrap Metal Pricing
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Recycling Runs in the Family: the Cohen Legacy

Who exactly wakes up one day and decides to start collecting and selling scrap metal for a living? In our case, it started with two brothers and a cart. Learn how the Cohen Recycling legacy came to be.

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