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Plastic/Rubber Wire Insulation Choppings

  • Material: The outer casing/insulation from insulated wire
  • How is it Packaged?: Super sacks
  • Source: We generate the material as part of our wire-processing production line
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Quantity: Current: 300,000 lbs; On-going monthly volumes (ask for details)
  • Loadout / Shipping Requirements: None (We can load containers, dry-vans, trailers, etc.)
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  • Street: 2495 NW Nicolai St
  • City: Portland
  • State: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 97210
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  • Listed: August 7, 2014 9:57 am
  • Expires: This ad has expired
Plastic/Rubber Wire Insulation Choppings


This material comes from our wire-processing production line at our Portland, OR facility. This process involves removing the insulation from both Aluminum and Copper insulated wiring, separating the different types of material, via-various methods (eddy-currents, shaker-tables, etc.), pulverizing the products into very small (1/4″ and smaller) pieces, and then sorting those materials into different super sacks for storage/shipment.

We have an extremely efficient system, however, there are trace amounts of cross-contamination from the various products. For example, there is typically, 1% or less, of very fine metallic (AL and CU) shavings in the plastic/rubber insulation product, and vice-versa.

We generate, on average, 80,000 lbs/mo.

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