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how to reprupose fridge

 
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Our fridge is old and inefficient and needs to be replaced.  I was wanting to turn it sideways and use as a sub-irrigated rised garden bed.  But my question is, what is the proper way to get rid of the freon?

Has anybody had success finding a shop willing to pump it out for free?
 
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Great question!
I've wondered the same thing.
I want to build a vermiculture composter to feed chickens and keep the rats out.
The freezer section would hold a float valve.
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