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F&P Will Pick Up Inefficient Appliances
Apr 15, 2009
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Fisher & Paykel Appliances will now pick up and recycle inefficient appliances for customers in New Zealand. There is a $25 transport charge included in the service. Fisher & Paykel Appliances Recycling Manager George Gray says the initiative is an extension of the company’s environmental program and meets a community need. "This new service enables us to take the item off their hands for a minimal cost and ensure the appliance is recycled in a safe and environmentally friendly way," he said.

At the company’s recent annual recycling days, more than 48 tons of waste was saved from going to landfill.

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