NOT accepted at Millennium: Appliances
It is ILLEGAL to throw electronics and white good appliances in your Sioux Falls trash bin and they are NOT ALLOWED in your recycling bin. They cause serious problems at the recycling facility and are a danger to the environment if disposed of improperly.
Where to Take Appliances:
- The Sioux Falls Regional Landfill will accept them separate from your trash for proper recycling.
- Local scrap recyclers like TJN will accept them – maybe even for some cash back.
- Check with your Waste Hauler if they provide pickup for your appliances, most likely to be recycled at the landfill.
- The EPA’s Energy Star Program also provides a list of special offers and rebates for appliance recycling through manufacturers when you purchase new Energy Star models.
- If your appliances are still working, check with local charities like Habitat for Humanity’s Restore. They will gladly accept used appliances if they are still in good condition.
Where to Take Electronics:
- Sioux Falls Household Hazardous Waste facility– free for Sioux Falls area residents.
- SEAM – For any items HHW does not accept (i.e. residential limits or business equipment) or for certified data destruction.
NOT ACCEPTED AT MILLENNIUM:
Thank you for keeping these out of the single stream and keeping recycling running!
Examples of White Goods/Appliances/Ewaste NOT ACCEPTED AT MILLENNIUM:
- Washing machines
- Clothes dryers
- Hot water heaters
- Air conditioners
- Air Purifiers
- Mini Fridges
- Electric Grills
- Space Heaters
- Cell phones
- VHS tapes
- Cassette tapes
- Video games
- Range Tops
- Laundry Washers
- Laundry Dryers
- AC Units
- Hot Water Heaters
- Space Heaters
- Water Softeners
- Heavy Equipment
- Brake Rotors
- Electric Motors
- Aluminum and Steel Rims
- Radiators (aluminum, copper brass, ACR)
- Small Kitchen Appliances (blenders, coffee makers, and toasters)
- Personal Hygiene Appliances (blow dryers, curling irons, electric razors, and electric toothbrushes)
- Home Maintenance Appliances (vacuums and power tools)
- Air purifiers
- Kerosene heaters
- Exercise Equipment (treadmills and stationary bikes)
- Electric Fans
- Record Players
By recycling appliances and electric devices there is an opportunity to help the environment and help others in need along the way. Local recycling programs and charitable donations are simple ways to ensure these items are disposed of properly and sent somewhere where they or their parts will be reused.
Have something else you’re not sure about? Use our handy Where Do I Take This tool to search the database of local places you can recycle almost anything! If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just ask us! We love to hear your questions and if it’s not listed in our database, your questions help us add it to the list for others to see.