Many recycling centers end up shipping their electronics overseas, where it is cheaper to break them down. Other recycling centers break down the electronics at their centers in the US. Cathode ray tubes, which are components of computers and televisions, has plastic, metal, and other parts that can be sent to other places for sale or to be recycled. The remaining part is the glass tube that contains lead, which is protected with a metal frame. This part is crushed, and the metal is removed and recycled while the glass-lead part is sent to a center where the lead can be recycled.
The process for recycling different electronics varies depending on what is in them, and a wide variety of electronics can be recycled.
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