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Unlocking the Value of Appliance Recycling in Ontario

appliance recycling

Household appliances, such as dishwashers, refrigerators, and freezers, account for up to 14% of the energy used in a Canadian home. If your appliances are eating up more energy than this, it might be time for new ones.

Old and broken appliances will use more energy and take up space in your home. Luckily, you don't have to keep your old appliances around when the new ones come in.

Consider appliance recycling to dispose of this waste properly. Keep reading to learn about the value of appliance recycling in Ontario.

Why Should You Recycle Appliances?

Many large appliances used for cooling and freezing include refrigerants. Refrigerants harm human health and the environment when they aren't properly disposed of.

Trained technicians will safely remove refrigerants before sending the appliance out for recycling.

Appliance recycling prevents this problem and reduces the need for raw materials to manufacture new appliances.

Major appliances are mostly made of metal. Ferrous and non-ferrous metals are recovered from appliances and re-entered into the market for future use.

What Can I Recycle?

If you want to dispose of your appliances, appliance recycling services from a trusted recycler can help. These are some of the appliances you can recycle:

  • Washer and dryer

  • Stove

  • Fridge and freezer

  • Microwave

  • Dishwasher

  • Toaster

  • Boiler

In addition to appliances, a trusted scrap dealer and recycler can help you recycle various other things like computers, telephones, speakers, etc.

Selling Appliances for Parts

When you buy new appliances, you hope they work for the long haul. Dead and broken appliances may still have valuable parts that can be stripped and reused for other products. Scrap dealers can turn old appliances into new ones.

Selling your appliance parts reduces the amount of nonbiodegradable waste in landfills. Parts made of metal have endless recycling capacity. This protects natural resources and reduces the amount of energy used in manufacturing.

JLM Metal Recycling & Auto Parts pays top dollar for scrap metal when you recycle your appliances with us.

How to Safely Recycle Appliances

Recycling appliances, like an old fridge, is easy with JLM Metal Recycling & Auto Parts. We offer three options to receive your appliances. We can come to pick up the scrap metal; you can drop off the appliance at 2 convenient locations in Ontario or rent a bin.

A staff member will drop the bin rental at your doorstep so you can fill it with scrap metal. When we receive the scrap metal, we sort it and weigh it before providing a fair payment for your appliances.

It's important to choose a reputable service that doesn't portray fees as government mandated. Ontario law bans companies from describing fees as a tax.

Appliance Recycling: Good for You and the Environment

If you have large appliances, you have no use for anymore, recycle them! Getting rid of your clutter not only helps you, but it helps the environment.

Appliance recycling in Hagersville or Waterford, Ontario, reduces landfill waste, conserves natural resources, and saves energy.

At JLM Metal Recycling & Auto Parts, we have the experience needed to safely recycle your appliances. We will pay top dollar for your appliance parts in Ontario.

Fill out our form for recycling services to get started.


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