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A waste is considered hazardous if it poses a risk to people or the environment when it is not properly managed, stored, transported and disposed of.
http://www.mfe.govt.nz/waste/types-waste/e-waste/weee-guidance-collection-reuse-and-recycling/recycling-weee/guidelines-andThe European Union (EU) WEEE directive focuses on a number of major hazards and describes minimum treatment criteria for these. It is recommended that the same treatment criteria be adopted by remanufacturers and recyclers in New Zealand because:
http://www.mfe.govt.nz/land/risks-contaminated-land/my-land-contaminated/hazardous-activities-and-industries-list-hailThis page explains what the Hazardous Activities and Industries List (HAIL) is, how revisions are notified, and outlines points to note when using the HAIL. The current HAIL is given in HTML, PDF and in DOC format on this website.
http://www.mfe.govt.nz/waste/types-waste/e-waste/weee-guidance-collection-reuse-and-recycling/glossaryCathode ray tube (CRT) A type of display technology for monitors or televisions. De-manufacture or disassembly