Webinar: Recycling of copper plays an important role in copper availability
Today’s primary copper is tomorrow’s recycled material, or secondary copper.
Currently more than 9 million tonnes of copper per year comes from the recycling of “old” scrap (copper contained in end-of-life products) and “new” scrap (scrap generated during production and manufacturing processes). This means that around 35% of annual copper use comes from recycled sources.
The webinar aims to provide a better understanding of the latest flows in production, stocks in use and the resulting recycling flows of copper and how they influence the long-term availability of copper.
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