The Auction Cycle:
1. Each week a new list of equipment is posted to this site.
2. The list is posted Tuesday evening and remains until Sunday 11:59pm.
3. On Monday, material is awarded to the highest bidder.
Selling your Equipment:
Many old pieces of equipment still have value. Every week more than 100 sales lots are posted on our web site. More than a thousand businesses have used our service to sell their excess and obsolete equipment. Thousands of buyers have signed up to participant in our weekly auction since 1993.
Auction Consignment Process:
Call us to schedule a free pickup of 10 or more items in the S.F Bay Area. Our drivers will load your material and give you a receipt. We accept most unwanted electronic items regardless of condition. We will sort your material by marketable and recycle condition at our location. All marketable items will be auctioned and a monthly detail settlement report and check will be mailed to you. The revenue sharing is usually split equally.
Free Recycling Service:
All monitors, televisions and non-marketable items are recycled free of charge. For California residents and businesses, recycling a monitor or television has never been easier. The California State Legislature setup a program to collect a recycling fee on the sale of each monitor and television. The revenue collected is used to pay for the proper recycling of old equipment. All non-marketable items are processed according to State and Federal regulations.
Donate your Proceeds:
Donate your proceeds directly to our Community Partner the Second Harvest Food Bank (SHFB). When you schedule a pickup, be sure to mention the SHFB and we will automatically send the net proceeds from the sale of your equipment directly to the SHFB. The pickup receipt contains tax-deductible information for your records and a thank you letter from the SHFB will be mailed to you acknowledging your generous contribution. With the money that is donated, two meals are served for every dollar donated.