|I did a web search on epa.gov and found an article at http://www.epa.gov/ecycling/rules.htm. It starts out by saying CRTs "are hazardous when discarded". It also says that California regulates them as HW. Further down, in the "Large Quantities" section, it states "CRTs from such facilities sent for disposal must be manifested and sent as “hazardous waste” to a permitted hazardous waste landfill." However, further discussion indicates that this was written before 2005, so there may be updates since then. Is anyone disposing of CRTs, televisions, etc. as RCRA HW? Or is this considered similar to construction debris involving lead based paint, i.e., when the computer monitor is taken as a whole, the amount of leachable lead compared to the rest of the monitor is below the TCLP limit for D- waste?