This pretty clearly says that CRT glass is bad if it is not exported for reuse, repair, refurbishment and upgrading, but that if it is for those re-uses, that it is not an illegal waste.
BAN has said that I am not qualified to read or interpret this. When I have said we have legal authorities from overseas nations who agree with us and grant import permits in writing, BAN says to tell them who they are so that BAN, the small Seattle NGO, can write to them and dissuade them.
Here is BAN's argument (regarding MPPI, the mobile phone issue). Please read it. In my opinion, it's extremely not entirely very clarifying, but in their own words is best. Here is why the Convention actually says "tested working" and "no export for repair", according to Basel Action Network.
Anyone can grab an obscure international treaty (I would pick the Doha round of the WTO) and start a non-profit, take pictures of children, provide no data (only anecdotes and estimates), and form a consensus around protest opinions, based on the phenomenon that no one else reads the actual text of he actual treaty. This is insane.