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Electronic waste gets attention; recycling efforts multiply

See Corrections and Amplifications below. Four years ago, Rochester Institute of Technology realized it had a problem. A steady stream of obsolete computer equipment-at the time, most devices were being upgraded every three years or so-combined with growing amounts of cast-off electronics from RIT's 15,000 students, was straining the school's ...

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