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COVID-19 NoticeAdd your name to the Fridge and Freezer Recycling reservation list to have your appliance picked up when the program resumes. Please click the "Schedule Online" button and provide your contact information, so we can contact you once the program resumes.
Add your name to the Fridge and Freezer Recycling reservation list to have your appliance picked up when the program resumes. Please click the "Schedule Online" button and provide your contact information, so we can contact you once the program resumes.
Stop wasting energy! That old, second working fridge in your garage or basement could cost you $130 a year. Did you know that refrigerators over 20 years old can use more than twice as much energy as newer models? Let us recycle your old, second working fridge or freezer, and we'll send you $35.
1-855-433-2700 during regular hours:
ComEd will pick up your old, second working fridge or freezer for FREE, recycle it in an environmentally responsible way, plus send you $35. Recycle a working room air conditioner at the same time and get an additional $10 each.
Refrigerators and freezers must be between 10 and 30 cubic feet (interior) and working to qualify for this program. Use the calculator below for help in determining the size of your refrigerator or freezer.
Inside Dimensions (required)
1. Measure the width of the inside of your fridge in inches
2. Measure the depth of the inside of your fridge in inches
3. Measure the height of the inside of your fridge in inches
Is the unit working? (required)
We're sorry. The recycling program can only accept refrigerators and freezers that are working. Please contact the waste management company in your area to learn about the proper way to dispose of a non-working refrigerator or freezer.
View the Savings Calculator to find out approximately how much your old refrigerator or freezer costs to operate.
Once your old, energy-guzzling refrigerator or freezer is picked up, our team will ensure that it's recycled and disposed of in an environmentally-friendly manner.
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The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.