US-IT-environment Technician Mark Reynolds uses close circuit television screen to operate the computer shredding machine at the Hewlett-Packard (HP) Recycling Center in Roseville, California, 13 June 2007. Materials such as batteries and LCD screens must be removed by hand before the hardware can be put into the shredder, which crushes the items and separates the plastic and the different kinds of metals for various recycling uses. HP calls the process 'product minimization.' [Photo credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images]
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