DuPont announces abandoned cable services

Company will help ensure fire code compliance and safe building infrastructures

DuPont recently announced its Abandoned Cable Services, which is a suite of services that’s designed to help building owners, property managers, tenants, and corporate network engineers comply with changing building safety codes and standards on cabling. The program was developed based on a concern over the uncontrolled build-up of combustible cables in buildings.

The package will provide assessment services for identification and reporting of abandoned cable hazards in office buildings; planning for infrastructure improvement and management; connections with local labor; and removal and recycling logistics. The services are delivered through professional auditors, the company’s local preferred network contractors, and exclusive recycling technology.

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