Creative Recycling Systems Debuts State-of-the-Art TV Recycling Technology

Tampa, FL, March 07, 2009 --( Creative Recycling Systems, an industry leader in the recycling of end-of-life electronics, has launched its newest recycling innovation. As consumers move to digital televisions and communities stiffen regulations on the disposal of cathode ray tubes (CRTs), the recycling company has added new industry leading technology that processes tubes from televisions and computer monitors into furnace ready glass cullet.

The machines, affectionately called the CRT Angels, are the world’s most efficient and cost-effective CRT recycling machines. The glass cullet produced from the CRT Angels drastically offsets the carbon footprint from new CRT glass production and reduces the energy consumption by as much as 90%.

“Dealing with end-of-life CRTs is a global environmental challenge,” said Jon Yob, President and Chief Executive Officer of Creative Recycling Systems, Inc. “We are constantly working to develop state-of-the-art technology and processes that handle end-of-life electronics in the most responsible manner.”

About Creative Recycling Systems, Inc.
Creative Recycling Systems, Inc. was founded in 1994 with the mission of providing private companies, local, state and federal government and institutions with electronics recycling solutions that represent a viable, economical alternative to environmental contamination. Clients rely on Creative Recycling Systems for an efficient, cost-effective way to recycle electronic equipment, minimize liability risks, eliminate warehousing fees and ensure that proprietary information is completely removed through data destruction. The company has led the industry by incorporating innovative methods into the processing of obsolete electronics. It has invested in and developed cutting-edge technology that transforms e-scrap into valuable commodities. The goal is zero waste.

CRS has facilities in Tampa, Miami and Tallahassee, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Nashville, Tennessee; Louisville, Kentucky and Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina and services the Eastern United States. For more information visit:

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Graham Wilson