Yes, as long as there is absolutely no food or oil/grease on them. Tear off the parts that have any food and/or grease on them and throw those parts away. Recycle any clean parts. This goes for all cardboard and paper recycling. Food and grease stained cardboard can contaminate a whole batch of recycling, so seriously, don’t do it. The details are in this article from Recycle Bank.
I purchased my appliances from Andrew Roehrig at Gringer and Sons in Commack, NY (on Long Island). His phone number is 631-813-2400.
I was very happy with the service I got from Andrew, and the prices were very reasonable. I went out to Gringer on Long Island to see what was in stock and to make my final purchase (refrigerator, oven, steam oven, dishwasher, washer and dryer). I was pleased with the selection and it was one of the few areas of my life where everything went smoothly. I highly recommend him, and I’m saying that because he did a good job. I received no discounts or consideration of any kind based on this blog post or referrals. I just know that some of my readers may need appliances someday, and I’d like them to have a good, efficient experience. You’re welcome!