As Spring begins, Consumers Energy has issued a reminder to customers that it offers appliance recycling options to encourage energy reductions and provide rebates. Consumers will receive $50 for each eligible refrigerator or freezer and $15 for each room air conditioner or dehumidifier. Given the drain that some older appliances cause on energy costs, though, Consumers estimates recycling could save as much as $150 in energy bills.
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