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Appliance Recycling USA was born out of a need to provide the best service to customer participating in the Appliance Recycling Programs serving their community. Appliance Recycling Programs have been running in the US for the past 30 years and while some recycling service providers have come and gone, the need for freon containing appliances is more in demand as ever. Mike and Joyce Treat formed ITsoft in 2003 to provide database and development work for Appliance Recycling providers and have revolutionized the platforms used today for data tracking and storage, scheduling, and unit collection database systems. With a recent vacuum in the recycling service industry, ITsoft made the transition from IT provider to Appliance Recycler with IT provider support.
Appliance Recycling USA works hand in hand with utility, retailer, and community energy efficiency and waste reduction programs to properly dispose of units containing hazardous waste. Refrigerators and freezers contain ozone depleting gases contained in the foam insulation as well as freon and oils. When improperly disposed, these hazardous materials are released into the ground water and steams as well as the atmosphere further degrading the ozone layer. For these reasons, it is so important that appliances containing freon are properly disposed of and taken off the market. As an energy efficiency measure, inefficient refrigerators consume massive amounts of electricity over their lifetime. By removing these appliances from the household, consumers can expect to save $100-200 a year on energy costs.
At Appliance Recycling USA, we believe doing the right thing with these appliances benefits not only your local community but the US overall and it is our responsibility to provide these services which are sorely needed. By providing these programs, Appliance Recycling USA facilitates an easier option for consumers to participate in and provide an avenue for them to choose to do the right option to correctly dispose of these units.