August 2016

Coiled Copper Tubing

Over and Over

How does it feel to be the world's most recyclable metal? Ask copper! From the dawn of man, copper's recyclability has been one of its key benefits to society.
[Photo Credit: stefan schwarzkopf]

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Snapshot of Supplier Search

Supply and Demand

If you are a manufacturer in search of copper alloy materials, try searching our comprehensive and up-to-date listing of copper alloy suppliers. We'll match you up with the right supplier, producing the right alloy for your application.

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Net-zero House

Absolute Zero

A net zero house has one criteria: produce as much (or more) energy as it consumes. As net zero housing has caught on, high-energy efficient copper has become an integral material in achieving this high standard, in all facets of their design and construction.
[Photo Credit: Inhabitat]

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Annual Data 2016

Statistics on copper supply and consumption in the USA trace the flow of copper from mine production and scrap collection through end-use consumption in five major markets. Consolidates data from many sources for 1995 through 2015. [PDF - 516Kb]
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Solar Energy Lifts Off at Airports

Airports are a perfect location for solar PV installations. Multiple airports around the world have already installed solar energy systems, which require copper to function efficiently and reliably. This case study examines the solar airport trend and its potential impact on the copper market.
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New Grounding and Bonding System Saves Ohio Dispatch Center Thousands of Dollars

Improper electrical grounding and bonding can cause expensive equipment failures that can take vital emergency communication systems offline. The city of Medina, Ohio turned to copper for solutions once their systems went offline.
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