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A study on PbO in CRT funnel glass at high–temperature condition

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jan. 30, 2012)

Glasses from the end–of–life Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) represent a pressing environmental problem, especially the funnel glass containing high lead concentration. To avoid lead contamination and re–utilise it, it is of great importance to study the separation process of lead contained in the funnel glass. In this study, the microstructure of scrap ...

Toxins Found in E-Waste

by Electronic Recyclers International, Inc (ERI)  (Jan. 5, 2015)

One of the worst effects of a skyrocketing, global e-waste crisis is the risk of toxic contamination for the environment and communities. In fact, delving into the many chemical and heavy metal materials that make up most electronic devices, it seems that toxins and electronics go hand in hand. Though many manufacturers of electronic devices are ...

Materials recovery from waste cathode ray tubes (CRTs)

by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme)  (Jan. 1, 2004)

Executive summary ObjectivesThis is the second interim report of this project being carried out by ICER with support from Glass Technology Services. The project is examining potential markets for waste CRT glass. In this second stage five potential applications have been investigated, three for screen glass which does not contain lead and two for ...

Recycled CRT Panel Glass as an Energy Reducing Fluxing Body Additiive in Heavy Clay Construction Products. GLA35-005

by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme)  (Mar. 1, 2006)

The use of recycled glass as a heavy clay product fluxing body additive is not a new concept. CERAM Building Technology (CBT) have recently completed a major WRAP funded brick industry project (WRAP project GLA2-018) investigating the energy saving and emissions reducing benefits of using powdered recycled container glass for just such purposes. ...

Zero Waste World - When the economy goes in circles, everybody wins.

by Ensia  (Aug. 18, 2014)

“Don’t let fashion go to waste,” says H&M, the global clothing retailer that booked $20 billion in revenues last year. So I brought a bag of old T-shirts, sweaters and khaki pants to an H&M store in Washington, D.C., where it took them, no questions asked, and gave me a coupon for 15 percent off my next purchase. H&M ...

Seeing Through The Fog

by Dynamic Recycling  (Aug. 11, 2014)

Many of you have heard the old cliché, “you get what you pay for.” For the purposes of this article, I’d like you to apply this thought towards your corporation’s business relationship with its vendors. In today’s business world, this statement still applies to the various business segments in which your ...

International joint venture of two giants in the CRT industry: strategy analysis using system dynamics

by Inderscience Publishers  (Feb. 10, 2004)

The past decade has seen a dramatic rise in the number international joint ventures (IJV) and a great majority of them fail. Although the research literature continues to expand, there is an imbalance to the attention paid to the process and operational management side of IJVs. We begin this article with a survey of the literature and we segment ...

ESTCP Field Demonstration Using Sustained-Release Technology for Treatment of 1,4 Dioxane

by Carus Corporation  (Feb. 20, 2013)

The CRT group has taken a key role in submitting an Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) proposal to obtain Department of Defense (DoD) funding to conduct a field study using sustained-release oxidants for treatment of the emerging contaminant 1,4 dioxane. The program's goal is to identify and demonstrate the most ...

Worldwide Rare Earth Elements Market Analysis, Size,Trends And Forecast to 2020 Research Report Available at Grand View Research

by Grand View Research  (Feb. 18, 2014)

The global market for rare earth elements is expected to reach USD 10.96 billion by 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Growing demand for metal catalysts such as Cerium and Lanthanum  is expected to drive the market over the next six years. These metal catalysts find applications across a host of industries including ...

CRT Displays -- Solving Tomorrow´s Water-Distribution Control Problems Today

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (May 1, 1977)

The experience of the California Department of Water Resources with its State Water Project control system is used to demonstrate the application of cathode ray tube (CRT) devices and their adaptability. Information display with CRT devices is accomplished by using one of three techniques of data presentation, graphic, nongraphic, or partial ...

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