What to Do with Old Appliances

Your Options


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The good news about getting a new appliance is that you can upgrade and get one that fits your home, lifestyle, and needs better. Some will even cut down on your energy bill. The bad news about getting something new is that you have to figure out what to do with old appliances. Read on to learn about your options.

What to Do with Old Appliances

See If They’ll Take Away Your Old Appliances When A New One is Delivered

Replace your old appliance with a new one from a store that offers recycling services. Ask your local appliance store if they’ll pick up your old appliance when they deliver the new one.

Recycle It

There is a vast number of appliances can be recycled. Here’s a list of a few popular ones:

  • Refrigerators
  • Freezers
  • Air conditioners
  • Dishwashers
  • Washing machines and dryers
  • Lawnmowers
  • Vacuum cleaners
  • Refrigerators
  • Stoves, toasters, and ovens
  • Microwaves ovens

Find a nearby recycling center online. For example, you can try searching for facilities through Earth911. Or, just try a simple Google search! There is a good chance of there being a number of appliance recycling centers in your area that are willing to accept used models for a small fee.

Ask Your Waste Management Company

Call your local trash company to ask if they’ll accept your old appliance.¬†Some municipalities offer periodic pickups or drop-off events for your smaller appliances.

Check in with Your Utility Company

Another idea is to ask your utility company if they have an appliance recycling program. Utility companies encourage the use of newer, energy-efficient models, so they might be of help.

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