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Two Brothers Scrap Metal Grants Environmental Conservation Scholarship to Farmingdale High School Student
Aug 2022 | View press release
Two Brothers Scrap Metal announced that Terrence Quinn, a graduating high school senior from Farmingdale High School, was the recipient of the Two Brothers Scrap Metal Environmental Conservation Scholarship. On June 7, during the school’s annual awards event, Mr. Quinn was awarded a one-time, $1,000 scholarship from Two Brothers Scrap Metal. This is the sixth consecutive year that Two Brothers has awarded this competitive scholarship to a student who intends to study either environmental science or engineering while in college.

Two Brothers Scrap Metal Collects 6,220 Pounds of Unused and Unwanted Electronics at Mineola Middle School’s eWaste Drive
Nov 2021 | View press release
Two Brothers Scrap Metal donated the use of a container for Mineola Middle School’s eWaste Drive, which was held on October 28. The drive brought in 6,220 pounds of electronic waste.

Two Brothers drive nets 3.5 tons of e-scrap
Waste Today Magazine | May 2021 | View on website

Two Brothers Scrap Metal Collects 7,160 Pounds of Unused and Unwanted Electronics at Mineola Middle School’s eWaste Drive
April 2021 | View press release
Two Brothers Scrap Metal donated the use of a container for Mineola Middle School’s eWaste Drive, which was held on April 23, in celebration of Earth Day weekend. The drive brought in 7,160 pounds of electronic waste.

Two Brothers Scrap Metal Grants Environmental Conservation Scholarship to Farmingdale High School Student
June 2020 | View press release
Two Brothers Scrap Metal announced that Lily Coffin, a graduating high school senior from Farmingdale High School, was the recipient of the Two Brothers Scrap Metal Environmental Conservation Scholarship.

American Recycler Reports on Two Brothers’ Assistance in eWaste Drive
American Recycler | December 2019 | PDF
The December issue of American Recycler featured an article on Two Brothers Scrap Metal’s involvement in the eWaste Drive at Mineola Middle School in October. Two Brothers donated the use of a container during the event. Students and teachers encouraged local residents to drop off their unwanted and unused electronics — monitors, cell phones, laptops, etc. — to be recycled. As a result, 8,840 pounds of electronic waste was collected.

Two Brothers Scrap Metal grants environmental conservation scholarship
Recycling Today | July 2019 | View on website

Heard Around the Island
The Reporter | December 2016 | PDF

Two Brothers Scrap Metal collects over 5,000 pounds of electronic waste
AmericanRecycler.com | December 2016 | PDF | View on website

No e-waste of time for Mineola students
The Island Now | November 3, 2016 | PDF | View on website

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