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Refrigerator Recycling

Schedule a FREE Pickup and Get $35.00

If you are a Georgia Power residential customer and have a working secondary refrigerator or freezer you want to recycle, take advantage of Georgia Power’s Refrigerator Recycling Program. We’ll pick up and recycle your second refrigerator or freezer for free, and give you $35.00.

Here’s how it works: If you have a working secondary refrigerator or freezer in your garage, basement or elsewhere in your home, call us and we’ll come pick it up for free. You’ll get $35.00 and we’ll recycle it in an environmentally friendly way. The refrigerator or freezer must be empty and working at the time of pickup.

To schedule a FREE pickup and learn if you qualify,
call 1-888-594-8596 or click below:


  • Get $35.00 & FREE Recycling
  • Save Money: By recycling your secondary refrigerator or freezer, you’ll save up to $100 a year in energy costs, or as much as $800 over its remaining life.
  • Save Natural Resources: The average refrigerator 10 years old or older contains about 120 pounds* of steel, 75 pounds of plastic and 10 pounds of glass. Recycling with us ensures sustainable handling of these materials that would otherwise demand landfill space. For every ton of steel that is properly recycled – roughly the amount in 16 full-size refrigerators – we save 2,500 pounds of iron ore, 1,400 pounds of coal and 120 pounds of limestone in natural resources.
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Eligibility Requirements

No purchase of new or replacement refrigerator or freezer units necessary for program participation. Rebates are available to all Georgia Power residential customers. Recleim, an appliance recycler, will pick up and recycle refrigerators and freezers that are empty and working. Refrigerators and freezers must be between 10 – 30 cubic feet in size and collection crews will need clear access to the unit. Customers must own the unit(s) being recycled. Limit two units per Georgia Power residential account per year. A check will be issued to the Georgia Power customer and will be mailed approximately 6-8 weeks after the appliance pickup. Contractor reserves the right to leave the appliance if removal may cause damage to the property, or is otherwise impractical or unsafe.

Did You Know?

Georgia Power households have approximately 235,000 secondary refrigerators or freezers more than 10 years old in their garages, basements, storage spaces or elsewhere in their homes. If every Georgia Power household recycled their secondary refrigerator, the annual energy savings would be as much as 250 million kWh/year. Many of these secondary refrigerators or freezers are not ENERGY STAR® certified and typically use four times more energy than newer ENERGY STAR models.

Refrigerator Retirement Savings Calculator

Find out how much your refrigerator or freezer cost to operate and how much you can save by recycling or replacing the unit with an ENERGY STAR certified model.

Try the Refrigerator Retirement Savings Calculator now!