Seattle City Light LARRY WEIS, General Manager and CEO
Conservation - Refrigerator recycling
Refrigerator Recycling Rebate
Offer Has Ended

The Refrigerator and Freezer Recycling Program Comes to an End After 9 years, and recycling about 18,500 energy-hog refrigerators and freezers, Seattle City Light has ended the program. The total lifetime energy savings for the program are the same as the electricity used in over 8,700 customers home for one year. Very few pre-1993 energy-hog refrigerators (those built before federal energy standards) remain in customers homes. Today's 2017 refrigerators are more spacious and use less than 1/3 the electricity of pre-1993 refrigerators. Customers who participated in the program received: $30 rebate, the refrigerator/freezer was hauled away for free, customers saved up to $150 annually on their bill, and the comfort of knowing that we recycled over 95% of the materials in the appliances with almost nothing going into a landfill. We have other rebates to help you make energy-efficiency improvements to your home. We also have tips for renters to help you use less, waste less, and spend less on electricity.

We have other rebates to help you make energy-efficiency improvements to your home. We also have tips for renters to help you use less, waste less, and spend less on electricity.




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