Cathode ray tubes
, or CRTs, are made of heavy leaded glass, which is used to block harmful X-rays produced by the tube's cathode ray guns.
LG Philips is a Hong Kong-based maker of cathode ray tubes
(CRTs) used in televisions and monitors.
Sony's Bridgend plant makes the cathode ray tubes
used in televisions assembled in Pencoed.
Those electronics are now banned from California landfills because the cathode ray tubes
and liquid crystal display or LCD monitors contain toxic metals that can leach from dumps over time.
Nine of 30 cathode ray tubes
from color computer monitors passed the standard shredded-parts test even though separate tests have shown that most of these tubes contain huge amounts of lead (SN: 11/4/00, p.
subsidiary will phase out production and marketing of cathode ray tubes
for direct view color TV (CPT) by the end of April 2002.
Loosely based on a didactic timeline chronicling the history of media, Oursler's site allows visitors to explore such varied topics as ancient Egyptian modes of communication, the camera obscura, cathode ray tubes
, and X-ray devices in a cross-disciplinary--and highly aestheticized--manner.
Massachusetts has become the first state to ban the disposal of computer monitors, televisions, and arcade video games containing cathode ray tubes
(CRTs) in public landfills or incinerators.
Electronic Recyclers has the largest electronic recycling facility in the state that demanufactures, recycles and crushes the cathode ray tubes
found in computer monitors, televisions and other types of video equipment.
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Steve Johnson has signed a rule that is designed to facilitate the recycling of devices that contain cathode ray tubes
It will use the UK's first laser separation technology to recycle glass from cathode ray tubes
Sony will cease production of cathode ray tubes
for computers at its manufacturing plant in the San Diego community of Rancho Bernardo by April 1.