Snohomish County Reusable Materials Exchange

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Recyclopedia: Appliances


When shopping for major appliances, buy good quality major appliances that will last and repair them when necessary to extend their life. 

Most businesses that sell appliances will take back your old one and recycle it. 

Since a major cost to owning an appliance is the energy it uses, save on energy costs by looking for Energy Star rated appliances.  

Stoves, washers, dryers, and hot water heaters beyond their useful life can be recycled at many appliance and appliance repair stores in the area or at local scrap metal dealers.  Always call ahead for details.  You can also bring any appliance that is at least 85% metal to any Snohomish County Solid Waste Division Transfer Station or Drop Box for recycling in the scrap metal box.  There is no charge for recycling metal items.

Refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners contain CFCs which are extremely dangerous to the ozone layer if they escape into the atmosphere. These appliances must be recycled at a facility that can collect the CFC's for recycling. Go to the 1-800-RECYCLE website to find a location near you that accepts these items. Or, go to the Snohomish County Solid Waste Division website or call for a brochure on where to recycle these items.

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Snohomish County Solid Waste Division
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