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Re: Stripping plastic coating
At 02:30 PM 3/24/97 mst, you wrote:
>Our Small Business Assistance Program has a client who is stripping
>plastic coating from wiring to recover the copper. His current
>method is to burn the plastic coating from the wire which is causing
>him to have an air permit. Can anyone suggest a cleaner technique to
>prepare the wire for recycling? Thanks!
>PO Box 26110
>Santa Fe, NM 87502
I've been helping some people at our site check into purchasing a Wire/Cable
The vendor I have found is:
Rigby Machinery, Inc.
580 Wooster Avenue
Akron, Ohio 44307
Phone: 330-253-9960, Fax: 330-253-9964
P.S. For the record I wanted to say....the suggestion by Timothy J. Greiner
MBA, MCP (cryogenic stripping) is a perfect example of the type of thinking
that Pollution Prevention programs need. Even if your not sure something is
feasible, throw it on the table and make someone prove that it can't be done
or that it's not practical. I sure would like to hear some expert's opinions
on the cryogenic stripping idea.
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