Wires are often used in making electrical appliances, electrical lines and other conductor oriented joints. As a consequence, their distribution in the wake of recycling is diverse. The primary areas constitute the areas where electrical conduction is deployed. At Alnor, we partner with various parties likely to dispose their wire recycling collections and their off-cuts.
Workshops often offer repair services for various electrical components. As a result, wire cut-offs are likely to be found on site when handling workshop errands. The workshops are superior landing ground for those primarily specializing in the collection and sale of refuse wire for recycling.
You can also consider garages as prime targets when it comes to the use of wires. As a result, more refuse is also likely to be found on site. The commonest wires in garages are copper, aluminum and other alloy substrates likely to allow effective transfer of heat and electricity. Created for those with special attention to earning the lion’s share of the metal recycling profits, copper wire recycling is recommended.
Construction sites are heavy users of wire in making the roofing strands, binding materials as well as establishing electrical conductor lines. In the construction sites, both light and heavy duty wire grades are possible to be found lying on the ground, so pay keen attention to your next step. For more efficiency, copper wires are more likely to be found on construction sites.
Refuse wire can be effectively disposed through recycling, hence the need to work with specialist recyclers in achieving your mission. One such specialties is Alnor Industries whose wire recycling units are best placed to ensure effective management of the value chain, hence more profitability among the collectors and transporters of the materials to our recycling plants. For further details, contact our specialists.