There are many recycling facilities available that will take CRTs. Some electronic stores and office supply stores will also accept electronic drop-offs for recycling.
Find a recyling center near you, they should accept them.
Handle monitors and CRTs with care. Extremely high voltage can be stored in monitors and CRTs, even after being disconnected from a power source. CRTs contain glass, metal, plastics, lead, barium, and rare earth metals. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), CRTs may contain approximately 4 lbs (1.8 kg) of lead. Monitors must be disposed of in compliance with environmental regulations.
by recycling it :)
The best way to dispose of a cartridge is to recycle it, if you are not able to get a refill for it. You will take it to any recycling facility to dispose of it.
Bring it to a recycling center
pour it over a fire
Give it away to someone who will read it.
Read this: http://www.ehow.com/how_7546321_dispose-neon-lights.html
the correct way to dispose of a flag respectfully is by burning it.
The proper way to dispose of an old/tattered/worn out Canadian National Flag is to burn it privately and in a dignified manner.
You need to ask the teacher, and also need to pour it out. I guessed.
To get rid of used batteries contact your waste management company. They'll send over a special collection crew to dispose of batteries.
There is no law against it. The proper way to dispose of a worn out flag is to burn it.
You might try donating them on "FreeCycle" Perhaps someone else can use them, thus no need to dispose of. Otherwise they need to go into the hazardous waste.
In the USA, the proper way to dispose of an old flag is to burn it. You can also contact a veterans group for assistance.
http://www.epa.gov/osw/conserve/materials/tires/faq.htm try googling next time....
CRTs are way too big, heavy, and dangerous (CRTs carry a extremely large charge that is potentially lethal when exposed due to improper servicing or handling) for laptops.
The best way to dispose of waste plastic is to recycle it.
you mix it with coffee grinds or with Kittie litter and through it away. you might think I'm lying but when i heard it i was surprised too.
Management should probably conduct an emergency meeting about the proper way to dispose of one's bodily fluids.
Is dilution an acceptable way to dispose of the used copper chloride solution
You should never ever throw away medical waste in regular trash cans. They must be removed separately. To dispose of them safety you can visit Responsible Medication Disposal Safeguards Lives and Protects the Environment website.
Proper way is to properly dispose of current 134a, vacuum system, ensure system holds vacuum for 15 minutes, add proper amount of compressor oil, then properly add 134a.
It should be burned in a respectful manner. If you don't want to do this yourself, a local American Legion or other veteran's group is usually willing to do it.
If the holy Qr'an is in such a torn off condition that it could not be repaired, it may be enveloped in cloth and put in some flowing river or buried deep in a grave.