Wisconsin Customers:

An old refrigerator or freezer can increase your energy bill by an average of $150 a year. In fact, these appliances usually rely on outdated technology that uses as much as three times more electricity than newer models that are built to higher energy-efficiency standards.

Save on energy costs and get cash back for recycling your old refrigerator or freezer, thanks to the Appliance Recycling Program from Focus on Energy and WPS. You'll help lower your energy use, reduce your energy bills and keep harmful materials out of landfills. Plus, Focus on Energy offers a $40 cash-back reward to residential customers who recycle an old refrigerator or freezer.

Call Focus on Energy's third-party contractor, JACO, toll-free at 855-398-5226 to schedule a pickup. You can recycle up to two appliances per home, as long as they're in working condition and between 10 and 30 cubic feet in size. Focus On Energy will remove the appliances from your home and recycle them at a new facility in the Milwaukee area.

Let Focus on Energy do the heavy lifting, so you can save energy and money, and free up space in your home!

Michigan Customers:

Your old refrigerators and freezers may keep a few extra groceries cold, but are they really worth the money? A second refrigerator or freezer can significantly increase your annual electric bill. In fact, models built before 1993 use approximately 1,200 kilowatt-hours of energy a year, costing you an extra $150 annually.

WPS encourages customers to take advantage of Efficiency United's Appliance Recycling Program. It's one of many simple, great steps you can take to improve the environment and become more energy efficient. As a bonus, you'll receive a $50 check for choosing to save energy, and Efficiency United will haul your old fridge or freezer away for free*. Plus, more than 95% of the materials will be recycled, and the toxins and ozone-destroying components will be disposed of safely.

Schedule a free appliance pickup online or call 877-367-3191.

* Some restrictions apply.