Fridges collected so far
In yearly power savings
0 t
We’ve prevented the release of greenhouse gases

Fridge Buyback closed in NSW on 30 June 2017.
Call your local council for fridge disposal options.

Fridge Buyback is an award-winning energy savings program that helped households reduce their power bill and save the environment by giving up their working second fridge or upright freezer.

Old fridges and freezers are some of the biggest energy users in the home, consuming up to three times the energy of new appliances.

Running a typical second fridge adds $300 to our power bill and causes one tonne of carbon pollution each year.

Fridges and freezers collected by Fridge Buyback were professionally degassed and the metals recycled.