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A telly good boost.

A new pounds 1m factory recycling TVs and monitors has created around 70 jobs.

The Citiraya Recycling Technology plant in Hirwaun opened yesterday , specialising in reusing surplus, obsolete and scrap electronics equipment.

It will use the UK's first laser separation technology to recycle glass from cathode ray tubes.

With 35,000sqft of processing space, the factory will have the capacity to recycle 500,000 cathode ray tubes a year - around five per cent of the total UK annual volume of redundant tubes.

Economic minister Andrew Davies said: 'Citiraya is at the forefront of environmental recycling technology and I am delighted that we have been able to provide support for the company.'
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