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How to Recycle Your Grill

Disassemble or Call a Pro

With grilling season in full swing, you may notice your older equipment start to deteriorate. If you’re already looking to upgrade your charcoal or gas grill, consider some eco-friendly options for getting rid of the older model. Let’s break down how you can recycle your grill the quick and easy way.

Get to Know Your Grill, Piece by Piece

Getting rid of a grill is not always as easy as you may think. Depending on what model you have, it can’t simply be put out with the regular trash. There are certain elements that are recyclable, but it means taking a grill apart piece by piece. Here are some of the parts that can be recycled. It’s always best to check for the recycle logo on plastic components.

  • Metal body
  • Metal lid
  • Plastic handle
  • Plastic, metal, or wooden shelves
  • Metal valves
  • Plastic knobs
  • Plastic wheels

Have a grill with a gas tank? While these tanks are reusable, they need to be handled by the provider. Check with the dealer for information on their exchange program.

Grills with electronic components and batteries also require special disposal. Your local municipality should have recommendations on where to drop these items off or have them picked up.

Let JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Recycle Your Grill

If you’d rather skip all the work of stripping your grill for parts or researching disposal options, there’s an easier recycling solution. Contact JDog Junk Removal & Hauling to haul your grill away. We specialize in items too large and unfit for conventional trash collection. We also comply with the protocols for properly disposing electronics and some potentially hazardous items. Most importantly, we reuse, recycle, resell, and re-purpose items whenever possible, keeping 60-80% of the items we haul away out of the landfill. Call us at 844-GET-JDOG for a free estimate and transparent pricing, including any possible surcharge for dealing with hazardous materials.