Copper Driving the Green Revolution

May 26, 2018

Copper is known as "man's first metal". For over 10,000 years, it's been used in architecture, weaponry, jewelry, and coinage. Soon, copper will have an even bigger role -it's a vital ingredient that could fuel the green revolution. Copper today Copper boasts several properties which make it the industrial metal of choice. Ideal conductor base for alloys sustainable metal.

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