Refrigerator Recycling Rebate
We pick up your old secondary fridge, and you pick up $30.
Do you have an old working refrigerator in your basement or garage? Seattle City Light will pay you to get rid of it!
Older refrigerators and freezers can use 3–4 times more electricity than newer ones, significantly running up your electric bill.
You qualify for the free haul–away service and $30 rebate if you are a Seattle City Light customer and your refrigerator or freezer:
For more information, please see our Is clean and in working condition
Is a secondary unit, not your primary kitchen refrigerator
Is residential in style and between 10 and 30 cubic feet
Was manufactured before 2001
Is owned by the rebate recipient (limit 2 rebates per address)
You are not using this service to fulfill the recycling requirement for Seattle City Light's Energy Star refrigerator replacement rebate
To schedule your free pick-up call 206-233-COLD (2653), or visit JACO Environmental.
NOTE: If you have applied for or received Seattle City Light's
$50 Energy Star refrigerator replacement rebate, you are not eligible for the $30 recycling rebate for your primary refrigerator. The rebates may not be combined.
to see how your refrigerator or freezer will be disposed of properly.
Check out how much your old refrigerator is costing you. Go to the
ENERGY STAR savings calculator
and type your utility rate ($.1071 per kWh for most City Light customers) The highlighted portion is the only part that is changing.
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