Any old appliance can consume as much as four times more energy than newer models and could be costing you more money on your electricity bills than you need to pay!
Recycle Your Old Appliances and Electronics
For E-waste pick ups, contact a Flood Brothers representative at (630) 261-0400 or (773) 626-5800. View what can be recycled today here!
White Good Item Collection (Appliances)
White goods are appliances containing CFC, HCFC, PCB’s, mercury switches or other hazardous components that can be found in stoves, hot water heaters, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, humidifiers, washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, microwaves and furnaces. White goods will be collected by a separate truck.
Please contact Flood Brothers customer service department at (630) 261-0578 to schedule a white good item pick up. Any white good item to be collected must be placed at the curb on same day and time as residential refuse service. Residents, see your page for more details: Carol Stream East Dundee Oakbrook Terrace Pingree Grove Unincorporated Residential Services
Receive $35 for Recycling Your Refrigerator or Freezer
Everyone today is looking to help with recycling efforts, we found that Com Ed will pick up your old, working refrigerator or freezer for FREE, recycle it in an environmentally responsible way, plus send you $35.
Direct Debit Program (Auto Pay)
Flood Brothers will automatically deduct your bill from your checking or savings account.
Credit Card Payment Program
Flood Brothers also offers a convenient and easy credit card payment program.
The Flood Brothers family is proud to have Joe Flood awarded the Certificate of Distinction by The Order of St. Patrick for his charity work. He led by example!
Flood Brothers Disposal & Recycling has been Chicago’s hometown, family owned waste management company -- and we’re an approved hauler by the City of Chicago. We pride ourselves on superior service at fair prices.
A longtime Cubbie fan, grandpa William Flood was honored to throw out the Ceremonial First Pitch at last night’s Chicago Cubs game.
It was his 76th birthday and the entire Flood family came out to cheer him on. The Cubs were so inspired, they came out swinging in the first inning. Our beloved hometown team ended up scoring 5 runs, eventually beating the Reds 9-2.
Effective January 1, 2017, the new ordinance requires commercial and multi-unit residential buildings – including apartment buildings, condominium associations, and cooperatives – to provide a system for source-separated, single stream recycling for residents.