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'150,000 pounds of stuff people threw away'

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In a consumer culture where technology evolves at a rapid pace, hundreds of thousands of pounds of electronic waste winds up in the trash every month before store labels even wear off. What happened to the days of fixing and reusing what's broken - instead of replacing it? NBC's Kevin Tibbles asks Mark Domnenko whose business is recycling this consumer e-waste