Saturday, 17 March 2018

Copper Recycling

Copper is a valuable metal that can be recycled. Copper scrap is available in different forms and it is used in various  industries in Dubai,UAE. From wires to tubing, these forms of copper can be recycled to keep the environment clean and preserve the resources for generations to come.

1. Copper Wire- This is found in abundance in electronic devices and is an excellent conductor of electricity. Copper wires are easy to find and are recycled the most. Copper wires need to be free of any impurities  before being recycled. Bare bright copper wire is a valuable  grade of copper. It is free of any impurities , has no coating and is unalloyed. It is one of the most sought after forms of copper that can be recycled.


2. Copper Tubing- Copper tubing is used in a variety of items. It is most commonly used in plumbing and as a refrigerant line in HVAC systems. This also needs to be free of any impurities  and is easy to recycle. The leftover copper tubing during plumbing or any other contract work can be taken for recycling.

3. Flashing Copper- Flashing is your home's primary defense against water. Flashing copper is found in roofing and exteriors. Contractors will usually have leftovers of flashing copper from the work they do. Recycling this is a great way to recycle scrap metal.

4. Copper with Tar- Roofing Copper with heavy tar can often be found on roofs, gutters, and other home building resources. Copper with tar can be recycled as scrap metal. This is not the most ideal way that recyclers like receiving copper, but it is recyclable.

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