Under pressure to help dispose some of the electronic waste it helped create, Best Buy Co. is testing a free program that will offer consumers a convenient way to ensure that millions of old TVs, computers, and other unwanted gadgets don't poison the nation's dumps, the Associated Press reports. The trial covers 117 Best Buy stores scattered across eight states that will collect a wide variety of electronic detritus at no charge, even if the Richfield, Minn.-based retailer didn't originally sell the merchandise. The pilot stores are in Best Buy's Northern California, Minneapolis, and Baltimore markets, as well as parts

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