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Recyclopedia: Appliances


It makes sense to buy good quality major appliances that will last for many years, and repair them when necessary to extend their life. Very often, the major expense in an appliance isnít the cost to buy it, but rather the cost to operate it. Be sure to buy energy efficient appliances when possible. They will save you more money on your electricity bills over the long run. Our area has many appliance repair businesses (check the Yellow Pages). Several locations also buy or accept trade-ins of used major appliances that are in working order or need minor repairs. Be sure to call ahead for details. Fridges, stoves, freezers, washers, dryers, and dishwashers that are not worth repairing can be recycled at the Horn Rapids Sanitary Landfill for a fee of $6.03 for non-refriderated and $45.25 for refriderated appliances and air conditioners. Call 509-942-7498 for details.