How Do I Dispose of Used Appliances?
How many of you have ever had an appliance, such as a refrigerator or freezer, go on the blink? Not good news for anyone! Hopefully, you have discovered that it has stopped working correctly before all your meat and dairy is lost. According to safety rules, always discard food after a refrigerator has been off for more than 4 hours or a freezer, 8 hours in a full freezer, and 24 hours in a half-full freezer. Quikhaul LLC®, your local appliance hauling and recycling services can help you with used appliance removal and has some tips on how you can recycle a fridge.
All appliances are recyclable. Stoves, dishwashers, washers, dryers, and hot water heaters can be hauled away to the local scrap metal yard or local landfill for recycling if you have access to a truck and a few strong men to lift the heavy load. But, this will take some time to complete the task. There can be a long line at both places, which means you will need to schedule your time if doing it yourself.
Local Appliance Hauling and Recycling
Microwaves and old televisions are considered E-waste and will have to be discarded at different locations for recycling purposes. Calling your local appliance hauling and recycling service provider is the best option. Quikhaul LLC® is familiar and experienced with the different ways of handling appliances and junk removal of all types.
Recycle Used Appliances
Unfortunately, some folks experience fires and hard times. And, replacing appliances of any kind can be very expensive. If your appliance still works, chances are that someone could use it and will pick it up for no charge. They will appreciate a working refrigerator or washer and dryer especially if it is free for the taking! Call a local church and ask if there is someone who is in need or advertise for free on Craigslist.
To schedule an appointment, contact us today for local hauling and recycling service with Quikhaul LLC®, call 910-475-7000.