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Recycle Large Appliances


Large metal appliances

But NO

  • Largely plastic items
  • Dishwashers with a plastic tub are accepted--also at the Pleasantview Road Drop-off Center--as non-compactable garbage.

Large appliances are accepted at the Pleasantview Road Drop-off Center in the Bulky Materials Recycling area. Have your load checked by the attendant before unloading.


  • There is a $5 per item handling fee for large appliance
  • *Refrigerant containing appliances must be inspected by a licensed HVAC technician who will remove the refrigerant and tag the appliance. If you bring such an appliance in without a tag, we can provide the inspection/refrigerant recycling/tagging service. Fees are:
    • Large (i.e. freezers, full size refrigerators, large air conditioners) $25
    • Small (i.e. household dehumidifiers, mini fridges, window air conditioners) $15

Recycle Small Metal Appliances


  • Small appliances primarily made of METAL go on the Scrap Metal pile at the Drop-off Center.
  • Small appliances primarily made of PLASTIC are no longer recyclable.

But NO:

  • Please throw away removable parts not made of metal (i.e blender pitchers, microwaves turntables, power-tool cases).
  • Electronics are collected separately. Click here for more information on recycling electronics.

Small metal appliances are accepted at the Drop-off Center.


  • There is no charge to drop off small metal appliances at the Pleasantview Road Drop-off Center.
  • **A refrigerant-management fee applies to air conditioners, dehumidifiers, and mini fridges. See below.

Recycle Refrigerators, Freezers, Air Conditioners, and Dehumidifiers



  • Refrigerators
  • Beverage Coolers
  • Water Coolers (i.e. Culligan, Absopure)
  • Freezers
  • Air Conditioners, AC Units
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Any other refrigerant containing device

At the Drop-off Center on Pleasantview Road.


Fee: If your item has not already been tagged by a certified refrigeration technician–as required law before recycling or disposal–there is a fee to cover this service:

  • Refrigerators, freezers, large air conditioners $25
  • Air conditioners (window), dehumidifiers, and mini fridges, $15

We contract with a certified technician to come out and remove the refrigerant from or confirm the lack of refrigerant in a bunch of appliances at once and tag them all. We provide this service because, individually, it is very expensive and difficult to schedule an appointment with a certified refrigeration tech to have your appliance tagged. This is an important step which protects the ozone layer and is key to slowing or reversing climate change.

Collection Service and a Rebate May Be Available to You!

Have a working but unwanted refrigerator or freezer? As part of their efforts to conserve energy, the area’s electricity providers offer rebates for recycling working older refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers, and/or air conditioners. Last we checked, the rebates were $50 for the larger appliances, $15 for the smaller with a limit of three per year. They will even pick up from your home! Call your electricity provider for details.