Appliances: No more dumping

March 1997
Better Homes & Gardens;Mar1997, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p114
Presents advice on how to dispose of old household appliances. Recycling as the best solution; Sale to a used appliance shop; Letting the appliance store handle the disposal; Recommendation of special care for air conditioners and refrigerators.


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