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In My Opinion: It’s time to talk about landfilling CRT glass

Published: July 14, 2016
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CRTsThe current drive to recycle or repurpose CRT glass is leading the e-scrap industry into uncharted territory. CRT glass has lost its marketability and, with that, the e-scrap industry has lost its answer for the recycling of the CRTs.

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In My Opinion: New Jersey recycling community demands program updates

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Electronics recycling in just a few years in New Jersey has gone from a highly successful and widespread program that processed worn-out televisions and computers to one where a growing number of e-scrap collection sites are being abandoned.

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Wisconsin firm heads to Arkansas, leaving regulators scratching heads

Published: August 16, 2013
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A three-year-old e-scrap firm in Wisconsin says it is opening its newest plant elsewhere because permit requirements at home have held up its plans for a CRT processing operation. But Wisconsin officials say they never actually halted construction and that the regulatory questions they raised are bound to follow the company regardless of its location.

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