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At some point, your stove or refrigerator is going to stop working. Unfortunately, getting rid of the appliance will prove to be very difficult. It is too large to handle on your own. Plus, it is going to be tough to find a place to take it. Ultimately, it is easier to let a professional junk removal specialist handle it for you. Remember that our technicians are eager to help. Having done this for many years, we know how to get rid of appliances without letting them harm the environment.
Ensuring the appliance is disposed of properly greatly reduces the risk that it will harm the environment.
Appliance Removal Near You
We’re thrilled to provide locals with appliance pick-up and removal services. We can dispose of all appliances, including refrigerators, stoves, washers, and dryers. When you’re ready to begin, call our office. We’ll take care of it and ensure that your home is not damaged during the removal process. Below, you’ll find out more about the steps we follow.
- Start by calling our office and talking to a qualified junk removal specialist.
- You’ll receive a call from one of our skilled experts within a few minutes. We’ll tell you more about our schedule and help you schedule an appointment.
- Then, we’re going to drive to your home. Tell us which appliances you want to get rid of and we’ll begin removing them right away.
- We’ll haul away the appliances and make sure they’re disposed of in an eco-friendly manner.
Throwing Away A Microwave
Your microwave contains numerous items, including plastic, glass, metal, and electronics. Therefore, you cannot dispose of your electronics in your trash. Doing so is going to add more items to the local landfill and some of them can be toxic. It is a good idea to get rid of the microwave safely. For instance, you can donate it to a friend. Alternatively, you can try recycling the components. If the microwave is still working, try donating it. A local non-profit or charity might take it.
Importance Of Small Appliance Recycling
Since the microwave contains metal, it is pertinent to recycle it. Producing new metals is often very expensive. Plus, the production process could harm the environment. Recycling the microwave’s metal can make a small difference. In addition to this, most small appliances contain materials that will decompose when they’re allowed to sit. Once this happens, they will release harmful toxins into the environment, soil, and water. In many communities, locals are required to dispose of small appliances in certain ways.
Depending on your area, you may have to recycle the item. Remember to check the laws in your area so you can find out what you can and cannot do.
Which Appliances Can You Recycle?
Ultimately, many household appliances can be recycled. Some cannot be. Ovens, microwaves, washers, dryers, toasters, and refrigerators can be recycled. As for larger appliances, they should be broken down. Then, the components can be reused. Any metal can easily be recycled. Smaller appliances usually have many recyclable materials.
Ways To Dispose Of Appliances
Thankfully, there are several ways to dispose of unwanted appliances in your home. Be sure to dispose of them correctly to avoid creating problems for others.
- Try donating it. Remember that someone may be interested in using it. If it still works, someone will take it and you should let them.
- Why shouldn’t you sell it? You can sell it online or locally. Either way, selling it is a good way to add money to your account.
- Finally, you should recycle the appliance. It likely contains many recyclable components.
Our Service Areas
Twin-Lake, Nashville, Stanton, Fennville, Douglas, Saugatuck, Muskegon, Woodland, Allegan, Sidney, Coral, Macatawa, Ionia, Martin, Ferrysburg, Lake-Odessa, Hastings, Trufant, Orleans, Cloverdale, Spring-Lake, Grand-Haven, Pierson, Grant, Fruitport, Shelbyville, Hamilton, Holland, Bradley, Gowen, West-Olive, Greenville, Eureka, Sand-Lake, Smyrna, Bailey, Hopkins, Saranac, Nunica, Belding, Ravenna, Freeport, Clarksville, Middleville, Casnovia, Burnips, Wayland, Zeeland, Salem, Kent-City, Cedar-Springs, Dorr, Coopersville, Lowell, Moline, Alto, Allendale, Conklin, Sparta, Jamestown, Caledonia, Lamont, Hudsonville, Cannonsburg, Rockford, Byron-Center, Marne, Jenison, Belmont, Ada, Comstock-Park, Grandville.
Zip Code We Service
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