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Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)

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Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)

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Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)

A Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) is the video display component of a television or computer monitor. Twenty-five percent of the glass in a CRT can be lead oxide; because of this high lead content CRTs should not be disposed of into a landfill.

Reuse-Must be in good condition

CREAM (accepts monitors 17" or larger)
Free Geek
Goodwill Industries
Humane Society's "Paws-n-Claws" Thrift Store
Janus Youth Programs
Lutheran Community Services
Salvation Army

Non-Working-Recycle

Why recycle? Most electronic waste contain toxins such as lead, cadmium and mercury. By donating your computer monitor or other electronics, these toxins are kept out of our landfills. Please donate electronics to a non-profit organization if they are in good working condition. Always call the non-profit before transporting.

Households, small businesses, schools & school districts, small governments, special purpose districts, and nonprofits & charities can recycle electronic products free of charge in with the E-Cycle Washington program.

If you are a business or non-county resident, please call (360) 696-8186.


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