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Minnesota students competing at NASA with idea for recycled diapers

The problem is diapers--specifically, the 5,000 or so disposable diapers the average baby goes through before they reach the underpants stage.

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Alyssa Hagemeyer finishes her part of a power pitch on a proposal to recycle disposable diapers as teammates Zach Coughlin (from left), Daniel Roach, Ben Nicolson, Johnny Gales and advisor Allison Nicolson listen. The Proctor students are finalists in a national energy and environmental contest. Steve Kuchera / Forum News Service
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