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The "E" Waste Recycling event drew more than 20 volunteers from Bemidji State University's environmental classes. Student volunteers received recycled electronic devices at the lakefront on Tuesday afternoon. The electronics will be recycled by 5R Processors Ltd., which is a firm specializing in demolition safe for the environment. Shown above Ann Hayes, left, Gregg Kuhn, Ben Sullivan and Kristi Clausen carefully stack computers. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Event collects 'e' waste

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The "E" Waste Recycling event drew more than 20 volunteers from Bemidji State University's environmental classes. Student volunteers received recycled electronic devices at the lakefront on Tuesday afternoon. The electronics will be recycled by 5R Processors Ltd., which is a firm specializing in demolition safe for the environment. Shown above Ann Hayes, left, Gregg Kuhn, Ben Sullivan and Kristi Clausen carefully stack computers. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

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