Computer monitors make up the largest percentage of e-waste generated worldwide. With the potential for hazardous or toxic materials, such as the lead in Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) monitors, it is important to recycle monitors and ensure this equipment is handled properly. CRT monitors can be recycled in two different ways. They can either go into a lead smelter or it can be glass to glass recycled. Glass to glass recycling is creating new leaded glass from old leaded glass.
Non CRT monitors, like the standard LCD monitors yield valuable components including steel, aluminum, and copper. Whether you have a single monitor or a hundred monitors, Rocycle can recycle monitors of all types.