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Disposing of your Appliance could not have been any easier.  
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SBC Recycle offers professional disposal of all Junk old appliances and anything metal in the Portland / Vancouver / Metropolitan area. That includes the cities of Aloha, Beaverton, Beavercreek, Battle Ground, Camas, Clackamas, Columbia , Damascus, Gresham, Gladstone, Hillsboro, King City, Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Oregon City, Portland, Raleigh hills, Troutdale, Tigard, Tualatin, Fairview, Vancouver, Wood Village, West Linn, Wilsonville, Washougal and Washington, West Slope just to name a few.

What does disposing of your Appliance mean to you...

You just want to get rid of your old appliance and we understand.

We make it easy, you can have your appliance scheduled in 4 easy steps which will take you less than 60 seconds.

We will dispatch a truck to your location (business or residential) to pick-up your Applinance to be recycled for as low as $20. This price will vary according to the distance that our truck has to travel to pick up your Appliances (These calculations are based upon Zip Codes)

Here is a list of some of the items that we recycle:

  • Chest Freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Stove, Gas or Electric
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • BBQ
  • Furnace
  • Air Conditioners
  • Heat Pumps
  • Television sets
  • Refrigerator
  • Water Heater
  • Washer Dryer Combo
  • Microwave
  • Anything metal
  • Bicycles
  • Exercise quipment
  • Exercise Bikes
  • TreadMills
  • Rowing Machines
  • Weight Training Equipment
  • Car Batteries
  • Other Misc. Items
    we Recycle

Please see our appliance recycling pricing and services pages for details.

Recycling appliances saves valuable landfill space, protects the environment, and preserves natural resources. Your refrigerator or refrigerated appliance, including a dehumidifer, contains a chemical coolant or refrigerant that is toxic and considered an ozone depleting substance.

The Metallic Discards Act of 1991 banned major appliances such as refrigerators, water heaters, washers, dryers, and air conditioners from landfill disposal and required them to be recycled for their metal content. This Act was recently amended to improve compliance with regulations for proper removal of hazardous materials from the appliances prior to recycling the metal.

Appliance disposing typically entails recovery of refrigerant and removal of hazardous components followed by shredding of evacuated appliances. Almost all of the materials in your refrigerator or freezer can be recycled. This includes the metal cabinet, plastic liner, glass shelves, the refrigerant and oil in the compressor, and the blowing agent contained in polyurethane foam insulation. The refrigerant must be removed by a certified technician using certified equipment prior to disposal

Now that you have the facts it is up to you to decide what you want to do with that old Refrigerator. We need your help to keep our landfills clean and free of hazardous waste. Appliance owners should avoid illegal dumping and should dispose of appliances responsibly.

The bottom line: We want to make the process as easy as possible for you, so that you too can join in the effort of keeping our landfills free from hazardous material

Just follow the 4 Easy Steps to Recycle, starting with your zip code.
There are no hidden fees and if you compare our prices you'll see that it is among the cheapest in the nation.

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Appliance Recycle Tip: Handle appliances especially freezers and refrigerators carefully. Avoid damaging any refrigerant tubing as it will releasing Freon into the atmosphere;

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Important safety Tip: Remove all doors from appliances. Small children often play inside used appliances and may otherwise get trapped

Federal Law:
The federal Clean Air Act prohibits individuals from knowingly venting ozone-depleting compounds.

Sad Recycling Fact: According to the EPA, about 4 million pounds of ozone-depleting chemicals escape from appliances during disposal each year.






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