Old barbeque recycling and disposal
There’s nothing quite like cooking food on an outdoor grill. It’s even more exciting when you’ve got a brand new grill to test out! But what do you do with your old grill when you don’t need it anymore? If you’re looking for a way to recycle your old BBQ, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? is happy to help!
There’s no need to search for where to dispose of old barbecues on your own. Let us take care of your BBQ removal for you!
Where can I dump my old BBQ?
If you have an old barbecue you need to get rid of, it’s not a good idea to just dump it with your household garbage or near a dumpster. Most parts of old grills can be recycled, so it’s best to hire a service like 1-800-GOT-JUNK? to remove it for you.
We’re a full-service junk removal company, which means we’ll take care of all the heavy lifting for you. We’ll remove your old grill right from where it’s located—there’s no need to haul it to the curb or move it on your own. We’ll safely load your BBQ and any other items you need to get rid of into our truck, and then we’ll sweep up the area before we head out. We always do our best to recycle or donate items where possible, so you can rest easy knowing that your items have been properly disposed of.
How can I dispose of an old grill?
When you use 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, disposing of your old grill is easy! We’ll come right to you and haul away your old barbecue and any other items you want to get rid of. You won’t have to lift a finger—we’ll remove the old grill right from where it’s located and load it into our truck for safe, responsible disposal. Many components of your old grill can be recycled, and we always do our best to ensure the items we collect are recycled whenever possible.
If you wish to look into getting rid of your old grill on your own, you can start by contacting your local recycling or scrap metal salvage facility to see if they accept old grills. Keep in mind, you may need to also take the grill apart before dropping it
How can I dispose of hot charcoal?
If you have hot charcoal you need to dispose of, you need to be very careful before attempting to get rid of it. It’s important to let the ashes cool for at least 48 hours, or pour water on them to make sure they are completely cool before you move them. Any hot ashes could start a fire, so this is extremely important.
The next step depends on what type of charcoal you have. Wood fire ash can go in the compost, and so can lump charcoal that is made just from wood. Charcoal briquette needs to go to the landfill, as it contains chemicals. Wrap them up in foil or place them in a small container, and then throw them in an outdoor trash bin.
If you have large amounts of charcoal that you need to get rid of along with your barbecue, we can take it away along with the grill.
Can 1-800-GOT-JUNK? haul my BBQ from my back porch or deck?
Yes, we definitely can! We’re a full-service junk removal company, which means you don't have to worry about moving your items outside or to the curb before we arrive. If it’s on your back porch or deck, we’ll pick it up from there and load it into the truck—you won’t have to lift a finger!
We take almost anything
Here are some examples of types of grills and accessories that we take:
- Old & Broken Grills
- Used Charcoal
- Outdoor & Portable Grills
- Charcoal & Gas BBQs