​Appliance Recycling

A resident can recycling their appliances by either taking them to one of Phoenix's two transfer stations, or by scheduling a pick-up. Please remove all Freon from refrigerators and other home appliances with coolant to avoid a $10 penalty fee at the transfer station.

Acceptable items:

  • Refrigerators
  • Washer/Dryers
  • Water Heaters
  • Freezers
  • Air Conditioners
  • Evaporative Coolers
  • Stoves
  • Dishwashers
  • Televisions (CRT and Non-CRT)

What happens to recycled materials?

Materials will be direct hauled from a resident's home to a recycling facility (scrap metal dealer) or to another facility for proper removal of regulated materials, such as refrigerants. After removal of refrigerants, recyclable materials will be taken to a scrap metal dealer.

​​​Detailed information about the city's policy and procedures ​on appliance pick-up and recycling also is available. 

Any revenues from the sale of scrap materials will be deposited into the Solid Waste Fund and used to offset disposal and other collection costs.​

Scheduled Curbside Pick-up​

A ​resident may request a scheduled pick-up of old appliances for a fee. For a scheduled curbside pick-up, a resident will: 

  • Put no more than five appliances in front of property just behind the sidewalk or behind the curb if there is no sidewalk. 
  • Not place appliances in the alley or in garage/carport.
  • Secure doors with tape as a safety precaution or remove the doors completely.
  • Ensure all appliances are empty.
To schedule a pick-up or receive more information about this service, the resident may contact the  Public Works' Customer Care Center.

How much will a scheduled curbside pick-up cost?

  • ​Refrigerators and other home appliances with coolant, such as refrigerant/Freon, is a $20 charge for each home appliance.
  • All other appliances is a $20 charge, up to 5 items.
  • A pick-up for more than five appliances, will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
  • Pick-up charges will appear on the resident's city services bill for the next billing cycle.
  • A cancellation fee will be charged to the resident if a scheduled pick-up is not cancelled prior to the confirmed day.
  • Up to twoCathode Ray Tube (CRT) televisions at $20 each.  Televisions whether CRT or Non-CRT are $20 each with a maximum of two.


Contact Us

Public Works Department
200 W. Washington St. 7th floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
602-262-6251
cityservicesbill@phoenix.gov