Where can I get rid of old, unwanted, large appliances?
Many appliance retailers will take away an old appliance when delivering a new one, so be sure to ask about this service when purchasing a new, replacement appliance. If the appliance is not being replaced and you just want to get rid of it, you may be able to set the appliance out with your weekly trash (in areas that have weekly trash service) as part of a weekly bulky item collection program. Call your municipality or waste hauler to see if this service is offered where you live. If not offered where you live, a scrap metal recycler may take the appliance.

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