‘See ya later refrigerator’ program stalls
Recycling company goes out of business
by Rocky Mountain Power
November 24, 2015
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Rocky Mountain Power’s refrigerator recycling program is currently unavailable after the appliance recycler gave notice it is going out of business. The popular "See ya later refrigerator" program picked up old refrigerators and freezers for recycling and offered cash incentives to customers in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho.
Jaco Environmental, the vendor for the recycling program, is closing business and will no longer pick up appliances. The utility does not have another vendor at this time Dbut is looking for other options to continue the service.
Customers who have scheduled a future pickup or have not received their incentive check can call the Rocky Mountain Power Customer Service number at 1-888-221-7070 and provide their information. Incentive checks that have not been cashed will be rejected by any financial institution. Rocky Mountain Power will work with Jaco Environmental to make sure incentives are honored for customers who have had their appliances picked up or if they had to pay a bank fee because the incentive check bounced.
About Rocky Mountain Power
Rocky Mountain Power provides safe and reliable electric service to more than a million customers in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. The company works to meet customers’ growing electricity needs while protecting and enhancing the environment. Rocky Mountain Power is part of PacifiCorp, one of the lowest-cost electricity providers in the United States, with almost 1.8 million customers in six western states. For more information, visit rockymountainpower.net.