A walk down any street in
Both of these are something you would not see in the
Copper conduits for electrical fixtures in the US are a code and safety issue. Since copper is such a great conductor of electricity it is a big “no-no” to use to carry wiring. Here in
I recently saw an article on Reuters that said over the past 12 months the price of copper in the US has gone from $.70 per pound to $3.50 per pound. This is being driven by the high demand for copper in China and India.