How to Make Moolah With Your Old Appliances
With appliance prices the highest they’ve been in six years, it’s time to get rid of that hand-me-down refrigerator or old washing machine you’ve been hanging on to since the ‘80s.
But don’t kick your old appliances to the curb, bring them to WV Cashin and put some green back in your wallet. Before you load up, here are a few things you should know about our appliance recycling process to make your trip quick and easy.
What We Accept
We accept a large variety of scrap metal and paper, vehicles and vehicle parts, but did you know we also recycle many appliances free of charge and will pay you to bring them in?
WV Cashin accepts:
Stoves or ranges
Large outdoor gas grills
Other non-freon appliances over 100 pounds
What To Do Before Drop-Off
Before drop-off please drain hot water tanks and empty refrigerators and freezers of all contents. Remember to use a dolly when transporting any heavy appliances so you don’t hurt yourself while lifting.
Insider tip: tape up refrigerators, freezers, washers and dryers, microwaves, or any appliances that have doors. This will minimize the risk of a door flying open during transportation.
At WV Cashin Recyclables, we make it easy for you. Our quick drop-off process includes three easy steps.
1. Weigh your load by driving across our scale.
2. Take your load around back and drop your appliances into our scrap yard.
3. Get your moolah by meeting us in our lobby.
All appliances are then processed and recycled in an environmentally safe manner and in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations.
Our receiving hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m.–4 p.m. For more information on accepted materials or operations, call WV Cashin at 304-755-5187.