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From a press release:
In an effort to help customers in the District save money and conserve energy this summer, Pepco will
host its first-ever “Appliance Swap.” Pepco will safely recycle or dispose of old appliances brought to the
event and provide D.C. customers information about available rebates on the purchase of ENERGY STAR
® qualified refrigerators, room air conditioners and electric water heaters.
During the event, Pepco also will announce the winners of its $5,000 D.C. Appliance Sweepstakes.
Through July 20, Pepco customers in D.C. can enter to win one of five $1,000 gift cards from The Home
Depot for the purchase of new ENERGY STAR ® appliances. Entries may be submitted online at
pepco.com, or by mail.
The Appliance Swap event also will feature energy efficiency information from Pepco and D.C.
Government agencies, as well as family-friendly activities hosted by The Home Depot®, live
entertainment, refreshments and interactive displays.
The Home Depot
901 Rhode Island Ave. NE
Saturday, July 24
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The Home Depot
District Department of the Environment
D.C. Public Service Commission
Event & Sweepstakes Information:
Energy Efficiency Programs for Pepco D.C. Customers
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