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    Josh Mosher, a worker at Raider Redemption in Winslow, shovels a load of compacted cans and bottles earlier this month that were to be shipped to a larger recycling center. Raider Redemption has maintained a brisk business even though many redemption centers in the state have closed. There are 328 redemption centers in Maine licensed by the state, and that number is down by 40 from two years ago.

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    Josh Mosher, a worker at Raider Redemption in Winslow, places bottles in a bin earlier this month. Raider Redemption has maintained a brisk business even though many redemption centers in the state have closed.

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    Workers place cans and bottles into counting compactors earlier this month at Raider Redemption in Winslow.

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    Workers count bottles and cans earlier this month at Raider Redemption in Winslow. Raider Redemption has maintained a brisk business even though many redemption centers in the state have closed. There are 328 redemption centers in Maine licensed by the state, and that number is down by 40 from two years ago.

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    Josh Mosher, a worker at Raider Redemption in Winslow, places cans and bottles in a bin on Wednesday, July 13. Raider Redemption has maintained a brisk business even though many redemption centers in the state have closed. There are 328 redemption centers in Maine licensed by the state, and that number is down by 40 from two years ago.

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    A bottle slides into a compacting bin earlier this month at Raider Redemption in Winslow. Raider Redemption has maintained a brisk business even though many redemption centers in the state have closed. There are 328 redemption centers in Maine licensed by the state, and that number is down by 40 from two years ago.

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