PSO Pays You For Old Refrigerators - KTUL.com - Tulsa, Oklahoma - News, Weather & Sports

PSO Pays You For Old Refrigerators

Posted: Updated:


PSO is paying-out cash for old refrigerators and freezers. But this is the last week.

The "Cool Cash" effort will pay $25 to the first 800 Tulsans who sign-up.

PSO is working with the City of Tulsa and the Metropolitan Environmental Trust.

The goal is to recycle older, energy wasting units.

Dawn Casey with PSO Says, "But up to half of our customers have older refrigerators in their garage. And you know have just a couple of things in them. And getting those off the grid is always a good idea. So that helps us. Helps the customer save money."

The deal runs through the end of this month or until the money runs-out.

If you are interested, you can schedule to have your refrigerator picked up.

Just call the City of Tulsa at 918-596-9777.

  • NewsMore>>

  • CDC Confirms Cases Of Enterovirus In Oklahoma

    CDC Confirms Cases Of Enterovirus In Oklahoma

    The Centers For Disease Control confirms several cases of enterovirus D68 in the state.  Hospitals and labs submitted 24 specimens to the CDC for testing. Seven tested positive for the virus.More >>
    The Centers For Disease Control confirms several cases of enterovirus D68 in the state.  Hospitals and labs submitted 24 specimens to the CDC for testing. Seven tested positive for the virus.More >>
  • Tulsa Libraries Offer Homework Help To Students

    Tulsa Libraries Offer Homework Help To Students

    The Tulsa City-County Library is offering homework help for students.  It's a partnership between the Library and AmeriCorps and is available for students in 3rd through 8th grades.More >>
    The Tulsa City-County Library is offering homework help for students.  It's a partnership between the Library and AmeriCorps and is available for students in 3rd through 8th grades.More >>
  • 2 in Critical Condition, 1 Arrested in Overnight House Fire

    2 in Critical Condition, 1 Arrested in Overnight House Fire

    A man has been arrested in connection to the fire on a complaint of first-degree arson. He was identified as Steven Clement, 35.More >>
    A man has been arrested in connection to the fire on a complaint of first-degree arson. He was identified as Steven Clement, 35.More >>
Powered by WorldNow

P.O. Box 8 Tulsa, OK 74101-0008

Powered by WorldNow

All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Worldnow and KTUL. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.