Recycle your old fridge or freezer and feed a family
Turn $25 into $50 for Food Lifeline until Dec. 15 when you recycle your old refrigerator or freezer with PSE. Schedule a free pickup of your old fridge or freezer and get a $25 reward, when you choose to donate your reward to Food Lifeline PSE will match it for a total of $50 to support local food assistance programs.
Plus, by recycling your old fridge or freezer you'll save as much as $200 each year on your energy bill.
Your fridge or freezer donation via PSE's free appliance replacement program will feed one family of four for two weeks this upcoming holiday. PSE will match up to $5,000 in customer donations – for a total of as much as $10,000 to Food Lifeline and local families.
Sign up now and get:
- Free pick up
- Free recycling
- $25 PSE Visa® Prepaid Card* OR donate your $25 reward to Food Lifeline and PSE will match it for total of $50 to help feed local families
- Savings on your bill
Must be a PSE residential electric customer with a working fridge or freezer to participate. Schedule your free pick up or call 1-877-577-0510. For questions about your rebate, call 1-877-309-4754. Check the balance of your PSE prepaid VISA gift card.
Did you know?
Recycle Your Light Bulbs for Free
Don't wait until your old incandescent bulbs burn out–switch today to CFL and LED bulbs. You'll save up to $140 over the lifetime of the bulb–and change out your bulbs less often.
Recycle your CFL and incandescent bulbs for free at a PSE bulb recycling location and help keep them out of landfills.
CFL bulbs can also be recycled for free at retail locations like Bartell Drugs, Lowe's, The Home Depot and McLendon Hardware. Click here to find recycling locations near you.
Bulb recycling facts
- Do not put used CFL bulbs in the garbage. CFL bulbs contain a very small amount of mercury and will harm the environment if they are disposed of in landfills in large numbers.
- When incandescent and CFL bulbs are recycled, they get broken down into component materials. The glass can be used to manufacture other glass products or as cement aggregate, while the metal is recycled as scrap. Recovered mercury is purified for reuse in industry or stored in properly permitted facilities.
- CFL bulbs contain a very small amount of mercury–less than 1/100th of the amount in a mercury thermometer. If a bulb breaks, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency offers detailed instructions for safe clean-up and disposal. Visit epa.gov/cfl/cflcleanup.html for current instructions.
- There are nearly 300 recycle boxes at select PSE offices, retail locations, city halls and other Western Washington locations. Sign up here to host a collection box at your location.
For more information about PSE's bulb recycling program or to order additional boxes, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call a PSE Energy Advisor at 1-800-562-1482.
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