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December 14, 2006

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Clarification: A Dec. 7 story on the recycling process noted that cans and other items made of tin are separated from other trash by magnets. What are commonly referred to as tin cans are made largely of steel, which is attracted by magnets. Pure tin is not. (Full article: 47 words)

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