How to Recycle Copper
Not sure how to recycle copper? With Ed Arnold, it is extremely easy. Simply drop off your unwanted scrap metal, and we will pay you. In addition, We also offer container services for easy transportation.
Because of its versatility, there are many industrial and commercial applications for copper scrap metal. These include:
- Pipe & Tubing
- Bare and Insulated Wire
Why You Should Recycle Copper
If this material sits in a landfill, it leaches into the soil and contaminates groundwater sources. Through recycling, you bring down the manufacturing costs of this material.
We melt down and easily reform the recycled metal into other objects – like electronics, coins, kitchenware, and more. Plumbers, contractors, and building owners all use copper for various projects. As the common saying goes, “one man’s trash is another one’s treasure.”
Where To Find This Material
Copper is in electrical components, wiring, microchips, semiconductors, and printed circuit boards. Additionally, people use copper for tubing and pipe in industrial applications for construction, as well as for transporting liquids and gas. Even if you open your kitchen cabinet, you’ll likely find it in your pots and pans. Next time you spring clean your house, consider recycling your copper instead of selling it in the neighborhood garage sale.
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How To Scrap Your Copper
If you have copper to recycle, bring it to us for proper disposal and get paid for the material. Call us at 585-762-9080 for rates on scrap metal recycling.