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Copper Cable Recycling

Recycle Copper CableWhen extracted cable arrives at our dedicated UK cable recycling facility for processing, we use the latest technology and specialist machines to strip, shred and separate it.

By stripping ALL plastic and scrap ferrous and non-ferrous metal materials from the cables, we are able to recycle 99% of the product. This produces quality granulated products such as copper granules, rubber surfacing and PVC equestrian surfacing.

‘Our recycling process maximises reclamation – and revenue return – with minimal environmental impact’.

The copper cable recycle process

  • First the cable are sorted into individual grades. Each grade is then weighed, and this material is sampled to determine the precise copper content
  • The grades of cables are pre-shredded
  • Shredded plastic and copper are then processed and granulated three times
  • The plastic and copper are separated via a waterbed system.

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Why Recover and Recycle Copper Cable?

Copper Cable Recovery

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

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