Old appliances that have outlived their use can be the bane of a homeowner’s existence. Dishwashers, refrigerators and washing machines are heavy and awkward to handle, most often requiring a helping hand or two. Even if you manage to get the appliance out the door, then you have to figure out how it gets picked up.
Electronic waste (also called e-waste) is also tricky to dispose.
Earth-Conscious Appliance Removal and Recycling
Computers, televisions, mobile phones and the like, contain components with nasty contaminants and carcinogens that can’t simply be hauled away with the household trash. To protect the environment and your fellow man, you want to make sure all of your used appliances, big or small, are properly disposed of in a non-hazardous method of appliance recycling.
Residents trust Jiffy Junk to pick up and dispose of their electronics and household appliances in a manner that is earth-friendly.
When it comes to specialized electronic appliances like computers, tablets and cell phones, many people don’t realize that importance of recycling these items. Our recyclers for these items mine out the small amounts of precious metals contained in this equipment so it can be reused in the production of new items.
This eliminates metal contamination and decreases the amount of these metals that need to be harvested from the earth. For earth-conscious appliance removal, residents can count on Jiffy Junk as their hauling service.
Anything that can be hooked up, we’ll haul away, including:
- Air conditioners
- Computers, laptops, mobile devices, accessories
- Washers and dryers
- And more!
There’s no need for you to hurt your back. Just point to the appliances you want removed and we’ll take it from there!
Jiffy Junk offers a convenient, eco-friendly solution to all your appliance removal needs. We often donate used appliances. We recycle or dispose of those not suitable for donation, in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.Jiffy Junk Appliance Pick Up Service
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