The Residential Appliance Recycling Program
Program Selected : INDIANA MICHIGAN POWER
Utility Power Company
INDIANA MICHIGAN POWER
Please enter your zip code to schedule your Unit Pickup.
Requirements for Program Participation
1. The refrigerator or freezer must be clean, empty, defrosted, and in working condition.
2. The unit must meet the size requirement which is 10 cu ft - 30 cu ft.
3. You must have an active electric account with INDIANA MICHIGAN POWER at the address where you would like us to pickup the refrigerator/freezer.
4. There is a limit of two (2) units per customer address per calendar year.
5. If you are recycling one side-by-side refrigerator, it will be considered as one appliance for recycling. It will not be counted as two separate units.
6. An adult, 18 years of age or older, must be present to sign the pick up release form.
7. The unit needs to be plugged in and running on the day of the pickup.
8. Recycling appliance must be disconnected from waterlines prior to the pickup crew's arrival.
You must provide clear and safe access to your appliances for the removal team.
They will not risk injury or be able to move personal effects or modify your home
(e.g.: remove door or railings) to remove the unit(s).
Why participation is important to you
1. Old refrigerators and freezers are not bio-degradable.
2. We give you a rebate of $40 for a working refrigerator or freezer, pick them up and recycle them.
3. Old refrigerators and freezers can use up to four times more electricity than newer models that are being produced today.
If everybody tries to do their part to conserve energy and to recycle responsibly, this could help manage our energy resources well into the future.
INDIANA MICHIGAN POWER The Residential Appliance Recycling Program.
And don't forget, you'll receive a $40 rebate check in the mail 4-6 weeks after the appliance collection.
If you have any questions about the recycling program, or if you would like to schedule your pickup date by phone, please feel free to contact our customer service center toll free at