Copper Recycling- Copper is the third leading used metal after iron and aluminum. Today, this vital metal's recycling states are one of the highetgs among nonferrous metals. Since copper is highly resistant to corrosion it is known for its longevity; and it is estimated that 80% of all copper ever mined is still in circulation today, due to high rates of recycling.
Copper is commonly used in a pure form more than any other metal. However, copper is used in many alloys and can be classifed in may different ways. Some common recyclable types of copper include: