Replace your old, working refrigerator and save big.
Advancements in insulation and compressors mean today’s refrigerators consume much less energy than older models. If your refrigerator is from the year 2000 or earlier, a new ENERGY STAR® certified model can use just half the electricity. Enjoy energy savings and great rebates when you upgrade from an old refrigerator to a new ENERGY STAR certified refrigerator.
Refrigerator and Freezer Recycling
Do you have an old, inefficient refrigerator or freezer you’re ready to get rid of? Recycle it through Mass Save’s appliance recycling program. The Sponsors of Mass Save® offer a $75 incentive, plus no-cost haul away when you recycle an old refrigerator or freezer through this program. Learn more by visiting:
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ENERGY STAR Certified Refrigerators Are About Ten Percent More Energy-Efficient than Non-Certified Models
Refrigerators are among the most commonly used household appliances and are constantly plugged in and drawing energy. To keep your food cool and fresh they must use energy around the clock. ENERGY STAR certified refrigerators have more efficient components and design, saving you energy and money, with all the convenience, features, and performance of non-certified models.
To Find the Highest Performing and Most Energy-Efficient Models Look for the “Most Efficient” Label
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The ENERGY STAR “Most Efficient” label identifies the most energy-efficient refrigerators among those that already meet the ENERGY STAR criteria.