Ray of Light for CRT Recycling

Cathode Ray Tubes may have disappeared from our shops, but the number entering the waste stream is yet to peak in Europe, while demand for the leaded glass they contain has evaporated.

Ben Messenger looks at an award winning technology developed by a small firm in Manchester, England that combines heat and chemistry to extract lead and clean glass.

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600450 Ray of Light for CRT Recycling glassonweb.com
Date: 19 April 2012
Source: www.waste-management-world.com

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