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What to do with fiber optic cables

Fiber Optic Cables

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Hello everyone.

Stewart Title is decommissioning a bunch of equipment. In our decommissioning we have come across a varying amount of fiber optic cable. I'm not sure what we should do to achieve the highest resale or disposal value. Some cable are still in packs, but I have cables that are in an tangled mess.

I'm aware that the unpacked cables are not valuable and are probably best recycled or scraped. But I'm not sure what to do with these cables still in packaging. Could someone give me some advice on what to do.

Here are some photos of the cables still in packaging  https://imgur.com/a/QgE2oWN

Thank you.


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Sell/Auction them on eBay would be one idea.


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Yeah that was one idea we had in mind, but we really don't want to have these cables sitting around for a couple of months.


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Call someone in your area that sells the same thing and see if they'll make you an offer for all of it?


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