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SCE&G Offers Cash and Chance to Win Prizes in Time for Holidays Through Appliance Recycling Program

CAYCE, S.C. (Nov. 8, 2018) – As the holiday season approaches, SCE&G is offering its residential customers an opportunity to turn their old, secondary appliances into cash through their Appliance Recycling Program. In addition, customers who receive a free pickup between now and Dec. 31 will automatically be entered to win one of four Smart Tech Prize Packs valued at $300.

“The Appliance Recycling Program not only helps customers conserve energy and save money, it also gives them $50 cash back per unit for up to two eligible appliances, saving about $150 annually on their electric bills, while providing some additional cash for upcoming holiday festivities,” said Gerald Freeman, program manager of SCE&G’s Appliance Recycling Program. “The opportunity to win a Smart Tech Prize Pack is a bonus.”

SCE&G’s Appliance Recycling Program four Smart Tech Prize Packs each include:

  • A first-generation Amazon Echo Show SMART Speaker,
  • TrickleStar Advanced Power Strip,
  • TrickleStar Plug-in Energy Monitor, and
  • Pack of five energy-efficient Light-Emitting Diode bulbs.

“We are dedicated to the proper disposal of customer appliances,” Freeman said. “As a partner in the EPA’s Responsible Appliance Disposal Program, we’re using the best practices available, even beyond what is required by federal law. We are protecting the environment, and we want customers to join us in this effort.”

Only full-size appliances in working condition are accepted. Customers may visit www.sceg.com/prizepack or call 877-510-7234 for complete details and more information.

About SCE&G

South Carolina Electric & Gas Company is a regulated public utility engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution and sale of electricity to approximately 727,000 customers in the central, southern and southwestern portions of South Carolina. The company also provides natural gas service to approximately 373,000 customers throughout the state.