Question about Coleman Heating & Cooling
Hello there, you say you want to remove and dispose of a central air unit? If that is the case then you truly will need to hire a professional HVAC person to come take it away. If it is a smaller portable air conditioning unit then you can dispose of it yourself.
Air conditioners regardless of type, all contain some form of cooling refrigerant. As there are federal or state/province regulations as to disposal of these types of appliances, before you dispose of it in a landfill, recycle or trash bin, call your local sanitation department to find out if it needs to be prepared before it can be discarded. It may just need to be taken to a certain disposal area, or it may require a qualified technician to remove the coolant, similar to what is done with disposal of refrigerators and freezers.
If you are buying a replacement air conditioner, check with the retailer to see if they'll take and dispose of your old model for you. Some merchants may provide this service as part of the sale.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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