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  • It's Complicated
    Between 2013 and 2022 an estimated 6.2 million tons of devices containing cathode ray tube (CRT) displays will find their way from our basements, closets and guest bedrooms into the U.S. e-scrap stream. An additional 330,000 tons of CRT glass are already out there, much of it stockpiled in warehouses across the country by CRT tube processors and intermediaries who’ve either abandoned ship or found there simply isn’t a market for the items. And that’s only a conservative estimate.
  • Two-Alarm Fire Reported at Electronics Recycling Center
    Firefighters battled a two-alarm fire Wednesday afternoon at an electronics recycling center in west Vancouver’s industrial area. The fire was reported at 1:55 p.m. at IMS Electronics Recycling, 2401 Saint Francis Lane in the Fruit Valley neighborhood.
  • States Address CRT-to-ADC Option
    As firms continue to search high and low for affordable and legitimate options for final disposition of CRT glass, several states with e-scrap programs are taking a stance on using the material as alternative daily cover (ADC).
  • Finding Rewards, Financial and Spiritual, in E-Waste
    Traci Phillips, 42, started a recycling company, Natural Evolution, more than a decade ago, after realizing the hazards associated with electronic waste.
  • Consumers Unsure about Cell Phone Recycling
    According to a new online poll conducted by Earth911 for the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, D.C., nearly 60 percent of people who do not recycle old cell phones fail to do so because they do not know where to recycle these devices or don’t trust that personal data will be destroyed.