Everett Residents Get Free Haul-Aways of Fridges and Freezers

March 31, 2014

Everett

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PUD

Why not include the old fridge in your spring cleaning?

Nice update from Neil Neroutsos at Snohomish PUD on free haul-away of refrigerators and freezers along with a few other energy-saving appliance deals for Everett residents…

Snohomish County Public Utility District now offers $50 rebates for buying a qualifying efficient clothes washer. It saves you both energy and water. Rebates are available now through the end of 2014.

Not all Energy Star clothes washers are eligible, so check the PUD website to see which models qualify and participating stores. Visit www.snopud.com/appliancerebates. Rebate applications must be mailed to the address listed on the form, not to the PUD.

Free Fridge & Freezer Recycling

Your old, energy-wasting second fridge or freezer is wasting you money – about $200 this year and every year you keep it. The PUD will haul it away for free and recycle it. Start your spring cleaning by getting rid of it – you’ll create some extra storage space and start saving!

Sears Makes it Easy

If you purchase a new refrigerator or freezer at Sears’ Alderwood or Everett Mall locations, you can schedule a free pick-up of an old unit to occur the same day as delivery. Ask a Sears sales associate for details when you purchase your new unit.

How to Recycle Your Appliance

Requirements: To have a refrigerator or freezer picked up and recycled, it needs to be in working condition and 10 to 32 cubic feet in size. The program is for Snohomish County PUD customers only. Customers must own the unit(s) being recycled, with a pickup limit of two units per account.

To schedule a free pick-up, Snohomish County PUD customers should call JACO Environmental toll-free 1-877-577-0510. To help process your request, please have your PUD account number available.

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