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A store clerk scraps an old mobile phone watched by Japanese Olympic swimmer Takeshi Matsuda, right, and Paralympian Takuro Yamada at a shop of NTT Docomo, Japan's mobile phone operator, in Tokyo, Saturday, April 1, 2017. Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics began Saturday collecting discarded electronic devices that will be used in the production of the medals to be awarded to athletes. The organizing committee aims to collect eight tons of raw metal which will yield around two tons of pure metal, enough to produce 5,000 medals for the Tokyo Games. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

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A store clerk scraps an old mobile phone watched by Japanese Olympic swimmer Takeshi Matsuda, right, and Paralympian Takuro Yamada at a shop of NTT Docomo, Japan's mobile phone operator, in Tokyo, Saturday, April 1, 2017. Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics began Saturday collecting discarded electronic devices that will be used in the production of the medals to be awarded to athletes. The organizing committee aims to collect eight tons of raw metal which will yield around two tons of pure metal, enough to produce 5,000 medals for the Tokyo Games. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

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