First, ask about trade in options for older appliances when purchasing new ones.
If your appliance is in good working condition, consider donating it Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore or another donation center. Certain restrictions may apply for appliance and furniture donations.
Best Buy has an appliance and electronics take back program. You can recycle up to three items per household per day. Check individual stores for details on their haul away and trade in options.
Nearby Best Buy locations:
Delafield – 262-646-7686
Janesville – 608-758-2156
Madison – 608-242-0701
If your appliance is not in working condition and not accepted at a donation drop off site check with your municipal waste hauler to see if your Town, City, or Village has scheduled bulk pick up days. There may be a fee depending on your waste hauler and the item(s) you wish to dispose of.
John’s Disposal: 262-473-4700
Waste Management: 866-773-5649
Town of Ixonia/Concord Transfer Station 920-261-1488
(for Town of Ixonia and Town of Concord residents only):
If your waste hauler does not accept appliances for curbside pick up, bring appliances to the county’s special collection events located at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds every spring and fall. All appliances are free to dispose of. **Details on these events can be found on the Solid Waste/Clean Sweep/Recycling home page.**
The below companies accept scrap metal:
807 Elm St, Watertown, WI 53098
Anything Goes Metal Recycling
N8786 County Rd O, Waterloo, WI 53594
Kienbaum Iron & Metal Inc.
564 N Jefferson St, Whitewater, WI 53190
322 S Crosby Avenue, Janesville, WI 53548
The Solid Waste/Air Quality Committee of Jefferson County does not endorse or otherwise sponsor any of the businesses mentioned in this list. The businesses mentioned have not been reviewed by the Solid Waste/Air Quality Committee for compliance with applicable federal, state, or local environmental laws.