Computer-Recycling Business Booms

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Stampp Corbin

Stampp Corbin, founder and chief executive officer of RetroBox, a company that recycles PCs in Columbus, Ohio. Noah Adams, NPR hide caption

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RetroBox, a fast-growing Ohio company, buys discarded computers that it recycles and rebuilds. The goal is to keep the machines out of landfills — the U.S. government alone throws away 10,000 computers a week.

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