FireClay Tile has found a way to recycle CRT glass into kitchen and bathroom fixtures.

Before the invention of flat-screens, old TV screens and computer monitors were made of cathode ray tube (CRT) glass. Now that flat-screens are the norm, a whole lot of CRT glass are ending up as waste and recycling CRT glass has long been a challenge because of its composition. Traditionally the CRT glass gets recycled into new CRT glass, but now that there is no longer a viable use for CRT glass the excess is becoming a problem.

FireClay Tile has found a way to recycle CRT glass and turn it into light gray tiles that can be safely used in the kitchen or the bathroom.

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