[kwlug-disc] OT: Recycling / Donating / Dumping (non-computer)
Insurance Squared Inc.
gcooke at insurancesquared.com
Wed Aug 19 16:43:51 EDT 2009
Yes, You can get rid of all your stuff today. Post 'free' at kijiji.
It'll be gone tomorrow. My wife put an ad on kijiji for a free futon
frame, it was gone that day. Then she put an ad for free for the frame
(it's a long story, the kind only married folks can appreciate) and it
was gone within the hour. And it's being reused which is supposed to be
better than recycling.
My mom works part time for greg gerber at gerber auctions in wellesley
and my father in law has used him for some items. I don't know much
more than that, but he is local and he holds auctions locally. Perhaps
google him and see what he's got going on.
> Greetings. I know it's off topic, but perhaps someone knows.
> I have a houseful of stuff to dispose of. Literally. Sorry, no
> computer stuff.
> Does anyone know of a (community) list of places that accept donations
> / stuff to be recycled. Sort of a one document list of 'this stuff can
> go there', 'that stuff can go there', and so on and so forth.
> Salvation Army is an example of something that would go on that list,
> but they don't take everything, and they don't pick up. I'd like to
> short list the number of 'vendors' that will take the stuff, from the
> current list of 'anybody who will take it.'
> So, I'm looking for a list of places, not places to add to the list.
> - anybody have a favourite 'got junk' type firm that picks up for free?
> - anybody got a favourite 'personal contents appraiser' - we haven't a
> clue as to what's worth what, to know what to send to sally ann, what
> to send to the dump, and what to try and sell - let alone the means by
> which to sell it.
> - anybody got a favourite 'auctioneer' by which we can just get rid of
> the house contents in one fell swoop?
> Thanks for any ideas or suggestions, and sorry for the off-topic post.
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