Recycle your old refrigerator with National Grid.
We'll take it away for FREE and give you $50!

Plus, replace your old unit with a new ENERGY STAR® qualified refrigerator and receive another $50 rebate. That's a total of $100 in incentives... plus, think of all that money your new energy efficient refrigerator will save you!

To qualify you must be a National Grid electric customer in Rhode Island and own the unit(s) for pick-up.

Make an appointment online or call 1‑877‑545‑4113 to have your fridge picked up!

Older refrigerators contain a number of hazardous components. Without proper recycling and disposal, these contaminants end up in landfills. JACO Environmental, National Grid's vendor of choice, recycles approximately 95% of each appliance. Not only is energy and money saved by not having to produce raw materials, the recycled products are prevented from entering the waste stream, resulting in even more benefit to the environment.

There are lots of other ways you can help the environment and save money and energy. Visit to learn more.

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Did You Know...
  • Choose a new ENERGY STAR qualified model rather than a non-qualified model and cut your energy bills by $165 over the lifetime of your fridge. Learn More.
  • Older refrigerators and freezers can use up to four times more energy than newer energy-efficient ENERGY STAR qualified models. Learn More.
  • Replace a refrigerator from the 1970s or 1980s with an ENERGY STAR qualified model and you could save between $100 and $200 each year on your electric bill. Learn More.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators are more energy efficient because they are designed to better regulate temperature and they have more efficient compressors than most refrigerators on the market today.
  • Visit the ENERGY STAR Web site to learn more about ENERGY STAR and for an up-to-date list of qualified refrigerators.

Not sure how much you'd save by recycling YOUR old fridge or freezer? Calculate your refrigerator retirement date.