COPPER RECYCLING CONF WRAP: Exciting, challenging changes in store for copper scrap market
Jun 15, 2012 | 12:22 PM
Metal Bulletin’s inaugural Copper Recycling conference took place in Brussels this week at an interesting and, in certain ways, unprecedented time in the copper scrap market.
Over two days, around 120 delegates heard the views of industry executives collectively representing the entire copper supply chain, from scrap dealers to secondary refiners, and fabricators to equipment manufacturers.
Separately, speakers forecast that the copper scrap market will be transformed over the next few years by changing trends in the production, treatment, and consumption of copper, and also by the evolving demands of global regulations governing scrap markets.
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