Please contact our team for more information available on this service:

Email: info@dtc-telecom.co.uk

Call: + 44 (0) 1869 810 600

Copper Cable Recovery

Copper Cable RecoveryDTC takes a cost-neutral and streamlined approach to cable recovery. Our project teams work in partnership with Carrier network planners to prioritise asset recovery.

‘Benefit from our streamlined, fully managed service.’

Your single point of contact will manage the entire specialist supply chain, covering site planning, copper content evaluation, transparent pricing values, extraction expertise, civil engineering, specialist site machinery, audited container reports and international shipping.

The cable recovery service procedure

  • Cables are identified for recovery from existing plans and duct records. All types of cable are covered, including copper, aluminium, lead coated and armoured
  • Cables are tested
  • Cables are asset logged, weighed and stored securely
  • Cable are then transported securely to our recycling facilities.

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Why Recover and Recycle Copper Cable?

Copper Cable Recycling

For more details on our Copper Cable Recovery & Recycling Service please drop us an email: info@dtc-telecom.co.uk or contact us via our contact form or alternatively call us on + 44 (0) 1869 810 600.

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