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Refrigerator Buy Back Rebate Program



With our free Refrigerator Recycling+ program, Georgia Power residential customers can free up real estate, lower monthly bills, and earn a rebate. Best part, we'll do all the work to haul away your old appliances.




refrigerator buy back rebate program


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Dominion Energy is making it easy for you to reduce your energy usage and save money when you recycle your old, secondary refrigerator or freezer. Pickup is FREE and includes $50 cash-back. In addition, you can save up to $110 annually on your electric bill.


PECO customers can save money and reduce their energy usage with the Appliance Recycling program. We will pick up your old fridge or freezer for FREE and you get $75! You can also get a $10 rebate for an old, working room air conditioners and mini-fridges with the pickup of qualifying full-size refrigerator or freezer.


Refrigerators and freezers must be between 10 and 30 cubic feet (interior) and working to qualify for this program. Use the calculator below for help in determining the size of your refrigerator or freezer.


We're sorry. The recycling program can only accept refrigerators and freezers that are working. Please contact the waste management company in your area to learn about the proper way to dispose of a non-working refrigerator or freezer.


Recycle and Save Get paid to save energy. Recycle your old refrigerator or freezer and receive a check for $35. Plus, we'll arrange to have it hauled away for free. While refrigerator and freezer efficiency has improved over the last 20 years, many old units are still in use, straining the power grid and your monthly utility bill. This program makes it easy to reduce energy use and be environmentally responsible. Schedule online or call 1-888-646-1657.


* Miniature and commercially sized refrigerators and freezers do not qualify. Any freezer must be a standalone unit. Our partner, Efficiency Works, reserves the right to revise program requirements and incentive levels at any time. Rebates are subject to availability.


RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominion Energy is launching a refrigerator recycling program that offers a no-cost appliance removal service for Virginia customers. The program is the first of a set of new energy-efficiency and demand response programs being introduced to help customers lower their energy usage and save money on their electric bills.


The other residential and non-residential energy efficiency programs will be available later this year and will include energy assessments and rebates on specific energy efficient appliances, among others. The programs are designed to help customers use energy more efficiently and maximize savings on their electric bills.


Most refrigerators and freezers used as backup units were built before current energy efficiency standards. Dating from the 1980s and early 1990s and before, the technology chugging away inside these units is so outdated that the typical old garage fridge can require three or four times more energy to operate than a newer model. That adds up to an estimated $150 in annual energy savings for people who recycle.


The Coldwater Board of Public Utilities wants to help you optimize your residential or commercial energy use. Whether you are a residential customer, or a business customer, you can utilize a CBPU rebate program.


The CBPU offers commercial and industrial rebates on commercial and industrial lighting because lighting accounts for over 30% of electric utility billing each year for most businesses. Using our energy rebate programs to upgrade to efficient lighting will help reduce your energy usage, which will in turn drastically reduce your bottom line.No matter what size your business is, make the initial investment to reduce your ongoing energy use and significantly save year after year.


The old refrigerators and freezers will be recycled in a new recycling plant in Charlotte, N.C. Operated by JACO, the process creates 16 new green jobs and returns 95 percent of the refrigerator and freezer components back to the manufacturing stream.


October is energy awareness month, and AEP Ohio, a unit of American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP), is celebrating by inviting customers to recycle old refrigerators or freezers and receive a $50 rebate. The promotion only lasts until December 24, then goes back to $35.


Rebates are available to customers who call 855-559-2524 or visit tep.com/recycle and arrange to have full-size refrigerators or freezers picked up for recycling. Each unit must be clean, in working condition and have an interior volume of 10-30 cubic feet. Up to two appliances per household may be recycled each year. Appliance pick-up and removal is free, and participants can expect to receive their rebate checks in about 4-6 weeks. 041b061a72


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