Copper In-Use Stock and Copper Scrap in the State of Connecticut, USA

Working Paper Number 10

Jason Rauch, Matthew Eckelman, and Robert Gordon

A “bottom-up”assessment of the in-use stocks of copper in the State of Connecticut,
circa 2000,yields an overall result of approximately 540 Gg (thousand metric tons) of
copper,or 157 kg for every person in the State.Buildings make up the largest category
with 53% of the total,with residential buildings being the greatest sub-category.The
remaining copper is split among transportation (13%), infrastructure (19%), and
equipment(15%).

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