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What Do You Do With Material That is Barely Recyclable? Repurpose It.

Once a critical part of every home and office's technology, cathode ray tubes (CRT) were located inside televisions and computer monitors around the globe. As these devices have since become outdated in favor of flater and clearer LCD and plasma screens, we're left with over 860 pounds of waste from the CRT alone. 

Unfortunately, these tubes are one of the hardest forms of electronic waste to recycle, which means we are stuck with a whole lot of very unusable (and potentially dangerous) tubes. But Fireclay Tile has a clever solution to breathe new life into CRT by melting them down into glass tiles.

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