Scientists warn that the increasing demand for these TVs could have a greater impact on global warming than the world’s largest coal-fired power stations. The TVs contain a greenhouse gas called nitrogen trifluoride, which is 17,000 times more potent than carbon dioxide. This gas remains in the atmosphere for 550 years and is considered a serious threat.
Flat screen tvs like LCD’s use less energy than traditional screens or monitors, so as long as they are disposed of properly, they are better for the environment. However, it is important that they do not end up in the trash.
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