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Topic # 207476 27-Dec-2016 22:55
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I've ended up with a nice pile of copper cabling - mainly CAT5e and some 100 pair / 25 pair CAT3. Very heavy so wouldn't want to move it myself - does anyone have any experience with metal recyclers in the Auckland Central area who might be able to come and grab it?

 






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  Reply # 1695582 27-Dec-2016 22:56
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Put it outside, it'll be gone overnight ;p


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  Reply # 1695584 27-Dec-2016 23:07
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IME the payout on no power sized insulated cables is not worth it. And I have heard that some places will not take it if it;s burned off either.





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  Reply # 1695662 28-Dec-2016 09:54
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http://www.gorecycle.co.nz/index.php/electronic-waste/

 

 

 

Not sure if they pick up though.


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