Refrigerator and Freezer Recycling
There Are So Many Reasons to Recycle Your Old Refrigerator or Freezer Now!
If you’re looking to upgrade your refrigerator to a more energy-efficient unit, or you just want to get rid of an extra fridge or freezer that you hardly use, now’s a great time to recycle your unit with Eversource by participating in the Mass Save® appliance recycling program.
- You’ll receive NO-COST appliance removal. Just sign up to recycle your old fridge or freezer, and we’ll pick up your unit for no cost.
- Your unit will be recycled responsibly. All components will be handled safely, and more than 95% of the materials that make up your unit will be reused.
- Because old fridges and freezers use more energy than new ENERGY STAR® certified models, you’ll avoid added energy costs by removing these inefficient units.
- For a limited time, you'll receive a $100 rebate from Eversource just for recycling your fridge or freezer. This $100 rebate is double the traditional rebate value of $50 per unit!
How it Works:
- Sign up online or call to schedule your no-cost pickup.
- Have your Eversource electric account number on hand to avoid scheduling delays.
It's that easy, so get started!
- You must be a valid Eversource Massachusetts residential electric customer in qualifying territory.
- Refrigerators and freezers must be plugged in, clean, and empty at the time of pickup.
- Refrigerators and freezers must have an inside measurement between 10 and 30 cubic feet, which is the standard size for most units.
- To be eligible for the $100 rebate, you must call to sign up between May 14, 2018 and July 31, 2018, and the unit must be picked up by August 31, 2018. (This special offer, which was originally scheduled to end on June 15, 2018, was recently extended due to high demand.) If you place an order after this period but before January 1, 2019, you will still be eligible for the standard $50 rebate.
Some restrictions apply.
Not eligible for this offer from Eversource, but still a customer of a Mass Save sponsor and want to recycle your old refrigerator or freezer? Click here.