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Old 02-20-2009, 12:09 AM
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Place it on the curb. Put a sign on it "For Sale: $75". Someone will come along and steal it.
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Good one, m59

You can also try calling a local repair shop. If the fridge is not too old they might pick it up for free.
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If you put it on the curb make sure to remove the door. You do not want a kid getting trapped inside.
Some charities now pick up scrap as a way of making money.
Give it to a relative who gets on your nerves. Easy way to end a bad relationship.

In my neighborhood I just put anything metal out by the garbage, there is a guy who cruises the back lanes with his truck and picks up all metal items.
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Ditto on the curb and removing doors. Around here, the meth-heads will scavenge it up within about one hour. They'll take things the garbage men won't like old non-OPD LP tanks.

If you have an HVAC buddy with a freon evac. you may be able to get him to recover the gas and tag it, which would then make it legal to dump.
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