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Companies Approved as of October 2, 2019 to Export Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) for Recycling

Companies listed in the table below have been approved to export whole CRTs, broken CRTs, or unprocessed CRT glass for recycling under EPA’s CRT rule. Each company has received written approval from the receiving country and EPA concerning the:

  • Maximum amount of CRTs they may export;
  • Destination recycling facility to which they may export; and
  • Specific time period of up to 12 months during which they may export.

Currently, exports of these CRTs have been approved to one or more recycling facilities in Mexico, the Netherlands, and Canada. The table lists the U.S. exporter name, site address and end date for CRT shipments. The end date reflects the last date on which the exporter may send CRTs to an approved foreign recycling facility. If the exporter is currently approved to export to more than one facility, the end date reflects the latest date they may export to any of the foreign recycling facilities.

Exporter Name Exporter Site Address Country of Import End Date for Approved Exports
Samca International, Inc.
32 Woodgreen Drive
Pittsford, NY 14534
Netherlands 11/13/2019
2710 Weck Dr.
Durham, NC 27709
Canada 5/21/2020
PV Metals, LLC
9901 IH 10 West, Colonnade, Suite 777
San Antonia, TX 78240
Mexico 6/8/2020
Technologies Displays Americas, LLC
1778 Carr Rd., Suite 4B
Calexico, CA 92231
Mexico 6/30/2020