Cuyahoga Falls Saves $1.168 Mil. With New Salt Spreaders

February 28, 2011

CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH – In the State of the City address by Cuyahoga Falls’ Mayor Don L. Robart, delivered on Wednesday, Feb. 23, he stated that the City has saved more than $1.168 million in salt costs during the last five years by using salt spreaders from Epoke.

He said that last winter the City saved approximately 9,126 tons of salt worth more than $456,000. Cuyahoga Falls has a fleet of 16 Epoke units. Over the five-year period, the City reduced the amount of salt it used by 27,132 tons.

By Greg Basich

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