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South Warwickshire company’s £20m turnover from old cables

TURNING waste wire into high-grade copper has propelled a business to a £20m turnover.

International Metals and Cable Recycling (IMCR) collects tonnes of old wire from around the country and processes it in a plant at Long Marston.

Most of the recycled copper is exported to China where there’s much demand for the reddish metal used to make tubing, wires and circuit boards for computers, TVs and cars.

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