Cash for Cans

Cash for Cans has seen a decrease in the cans and bottles it picks up from commercial establishments, but it's made up for that with an increase in the amount of cans and bottles being brought in for redemption by individuals.

Whether the pandemic’s to blame isn’t certain, but Joe Brekunitch said there’s been a decided upturn in over-the-counter can and bottle redemptions - both alcoholic and non-alcoholic - at Cash for Cans in Iowa Falls.

Brekunitch manages the only can and bottle redemption center in the area. It’s owned by his brother, Steve Brekunitch, who started the business in 1983. When COVID-19 hit Iowa, the brothers noticed a slow-down in business.

Cash for Cans

Employees at Cash For Cans in Iowa Falls took less than five minutes to count and sort more than 400 cans here. The local business has seen a down turn in retail pick ups, but a big surge i over-the-counter transactions since the pandemic started in mid-March.

Cash for Cans Joe Brekunitch

Joe Brekunitch manages Cash for Cans redemption center in Iowa Falls. His brother, Steve Brekunitch, has owned the business since 1983.

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