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Apple has, appropriately, picked Earth Day to unveil its new in-store recycling program. The new policy will allow Apple customers to turn in old devices at Apple stores for recycling; in some cases, shoppers will receive store credit towards new purchases. Apple's VP of environmental issues said that the company plans to, "use all our innovation and all of our expertise to make the planet more secure and make the environment better." [Time]