CRT Glass Recycling Technology Approved By California

Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), A US based recycler of electronic waste, has received approval from the State of California to utilize a technology system for the recycling of glass from old televisions, computer monitors and cathode ray tubes (CRTs), according to Businesswire.

Glass has long been a challenge for recyclers of electronics, but ERI's new technology, utilizing a proprietary cleaning system, solves the problem, enabling ERI to clean and process glass on site in a safe and environmentally responsible way.  ERI is the first North American organization to use this superior cleaning glass technology, developed in Europe.It is already in place at ERI's Fresno, California location and is being installed at all other ERI locations around the country.
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600450 CRT Glass Recycling Technology Approved By California
Date: 8 September 2010

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