Reduced Theft Incentive

The hidden impact on your bottom line

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that copper theft costs U.S. businesses around $1 billion a year!

Copper theft can lead to delayed construction deadlines and increased risk of fire hazards. The damage caused by such theft is often several times the value of the metal stolen, leaving the victims with hefty repair and replacement costs.

For two decades, copper theft has been a problem. These days, the problem is getting worse. As global copper supply shrinks and demand grows, costly copper theft continues to rise.

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