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A Study on Recycling of CRT Glass Waste

@article{Seo2011ASO,
  title={A Study on Recycling of CRT Glass Waste},
  author={Yong-Chil Seo and 조성진 and 이장수 and 이기배 and 김보생},
  journal={Journal of Korea Society of Waste Management},
  year={2011},
  volume={28},
  pages={437-442}
}
The recycling steps of cathode ray tube (CRT) glass waste dismantled from a television(TV) set are composed by collection, separation of panel and funnel, crushing, and washing. CRT glass waste recycling is not well practiced because the transferring TV transmission to high definition (HD) from December 2012 and the shutting down of domestic CRT manufacturers in Korea. In this study, to promote recycling of CRT glass waste which is expected to the increment of generation after such shift of TV… 

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