This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) recovering copper and copper alloys from scrap and/or (2) alloying purchased copper. Establishments in this industry make primary forms, such as ingot, wire bar, cake, and slab from copper or copper alloys, such as brass and bronze.
Alloying purchased copper
Alloying purchased copper metals
Copper alloys (e.g., brass, bronze) made from purchased metal or scrap
Copper and copper-based shapes (e.g., cake, ingot, slag, wire bar) made from purchased metal or scrap
Copper powder, flakes, and paste made from purchased copper
Copper secondary smelting and alloying
Copper secondary smelting and refining from purchased metal or scrap
Metal powder and flake made from purchased copper
Paste made from purchased copper
Powder made from purchased copper
Refining copper, secondary
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