Copper makes a positive impact

Each tonne of copper - the best non-precious conductor of heat and electricity - used in electrical applications can save users up to $2.5m in reduced energy costs, writes Steve Kukoda.

by Steve Kukoda
Copper has proved to be antimicrobial (credit: Matee Nuserm/123RF)
Copper has proved to be antimicrobial (credit: Matee Nuserm/123RF)

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