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Let us pick up your old, working fridge or freezer for FREE and give you $50 cash back! 
Rebates and Incentives: Fridge/Freezer Recycling 
 
Let us come pick up your old working fridge or freezer (2001 or earlier models) for recycling - at no charge whatsoever to you - and we'll pay you $50! We can also accept working air conditioners and dehumidifiers for recycling along with your qualifying fridge or freezer. 
    
Why does Ameren Missouri want your old fridge or freezer?
    
Old refrigerators and freezers are giant energy wasters. When you keep them as a convenience rather than recycling these appliances, you may not realize how much you're adding to your bill.
 
If the appliance is more than 20 years old, it's probably costing you at least $1001 per year in electricity. We want to get these energy hogs off the grid - that's why we're offering this great incentive.
     

     
    
Program Guidelines
You must be an Ameren Missouri residential electric customer.
You must own the refrigerator or freezer.
Your appliance must be 10-27 cubic feet.
Your appliance must be a 2001 model or older; primary or secondary units are accepted.
Your appliance must be in workng (cooling) order and must be plugged in at the time of pickup.
Your appliance will be picked up at no charge from the address listed on your billing account.
The $50 incentive will be mailed to you within four weeks after appliance pickup.
Offer is limited to three fridges/freezers per Ameren Missouri residential household per year and three air conditioners/dehumidifiers per household per year.
The program is funded on a first-come, first-serve basis until funds are expended.
Air conditioners and dehumidifiers do not qualify for rebates. They can, however, be picked up free of charge during a scheduled trip for a qualifying fridge or freezer.
   
   

 

1Per ENERGY STAR's refrigerator calculator, fridge models from 1990-92 cost an average of $118 per year to run, based on Missouri rates, and older models dating back to the 1970's can cost four times that. ENERGY STAR recommends purchasing a new one - preferably compact - rather than keepng the old one if you absolutely have to have a second fridge.

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