Recycling of e-waste and metals scraps could be new, but recycling of copper was an age old process. Hence we could even say copper is the first metal which underwent a recycling process thousands of years ago. The copper artefacts that we see could be recycled. Brass mills, wire rod producers, foundries and ingot producers remelted nearly 65 percent of the copper produced. Some countries are self-sufficient by just recycling the overall Copper produced. Also remelted Copper scrap costs less than uncontaminated copper. Hence copper is one among the most recycled products and even the most recycled for thousands of years and the most cost effective if recycled.
Copper and Copper Alloys are mostly used in electrical applications i.e in the manufacturing of fine and superfine enamelled wires. Its electricity conducting property makes it more suitable for such applications. Copper also finds it utility in the manufacturing of plumbing tubes, roofing sheets as well as heat exchangers. Usually recycled copper come with impurities and these are widely used in manufacturing of plumbing tubes etc. rather than enamelled wires.
We offers scrap of Copper Millberry, Copper IB and Copper Wire. For the past three decades, we have been actively involved in recycling copper scrap and like other arenas of scrap recycling, also among the top copper scrap recyclers.