Laptop computers contain much less lead than cathode ray tubes
In July 2001, Hitachi announced that it would withdraw from business of cathode ray tubes
for PC monitors.
With 35,000sqft of processing space, the factory will have the capacity to recycle 500,000 cathode ray tubes
a year - around five per cent of the total UK annual volume of redundant 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.
principally manufactures and distributes world-wide cathode ray tubes
in the replacement market for use in television sets and data display screens, including computer monitors, monitors, medical monitoring equipment and various other data display applications.
The San Jose based company's plan is to manufacture a flattened television using a form of field emission display technology it calls ``thin CRT'' for the cathode ray tubes
that power today's TVs and desktop computer monitors.
Founded in 1904 and formerly known as City Metals, AMI offers an array of recycling service for metals, plastics, glass and electronic scrap, including the handling of cathode ray tubes
(CRTs) within computer and TV monitors.
According to a report in the Recycling Policy NewsBriefs E-mail Bulletin from Raymond Communications, this version of the bill states that manufacturers must ensure collection of cathode ray tubes
(CRTs), or they must show membership in a national take-bake organization that accomplishes the same thing.
Cathode ray tubes
(CRTs) have been banned from disposal in Massachusetts and California, and illegal dumping is a growing concern for environmental officials, they note.