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itwbennett writes: A Web-based app called "Baidu Recycle Station" launched Monday as part a new joint lab established by Baidu and the United Nations Development Program that will use Baidu's Internet services and data analytics to develop programs targeted at helping the environment, health care, education and more. The app is meant to help streamline the recycling of e-waste in China by helping users easily sell their old electronics to legitimate recycling factories. And none too soon: The country is the second largest producer of electronic trash, creating over 3.6 million tons of it each year, according to a U.N. study.
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Baidu Partners With U.N. To Tackle E-waste In China

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