Take Old Monitors to a Monitor Recycling Service
Computer monitors make up the largest percentage of e-waste. Due to the possibility that monitors may contain hazardous or toxic materials, such as lead in Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) monitors, it is important to use a monitor recycling service to ensure that this equipment is disposed of properly.
How Are CRT Monitors Recycled?
Rocycle can recycle CRT monitors in two different ways:
- They can either go into a lead smelter
- They can be glass-to-glass recycled. (creating new leaded glass from old leaded glass.)
Can LCD Monitors Be Recycled?
Standard LCD monitors contain valuable components, including steel, aluminum, and copper. So whether you have a single monitor or a hundred monitors, Rocycle’s service can recycle monitors of all types.