Commercial Appliance Disposal ChallengesCommercial appliance disposal isn’t as straightforward as one would think. In fact, it’s often far more difficult than a cinch. There are several reasons for this. The most obvious being that there’s very little demand. Even if there are like businesses around, few (if any) will readily welcome used appliances. But, this doesn’t mean you’re outright stuck. There are some commercial appliance disposal options you can try out.
…the numbers aren’t in favor of small-business owners, the U.S. Small Business Administration reported that an estimated 552,600 new companies opened for business in 2009, while 660,900 businesses closed up shop. Things look even worse if you’re in the food service sector where the National Restaurant Association says 30 percent of new restaurants fail in the first year, with another 30 percent failing within the next two years. —Entrepreneur.comStill, you must appropriately dispose of them. Which means, you do have a few options. It doesn’t mean taking the risk of leaving that stuff behind or going the illegal dumping route. Both are really bad ideas and will only make things a lot worse.
Commercial Appliance Disposal Tips for Union City and BeyondWhat to do with those commercial appliances? If you don’t have anyone lined-up that’s interested in taking them off your hands, you do have a few choices. Here are some helpful commercial appliance disposal options you can use:
- Sell them yourself. You can contact like businesses in and around the area or stores which are just beginning to open up. Ask if they need what you have on-hand. Then, sell them cheap to get rid of them. Or, bundle it up and sell it for a discounted price.
- Auction it all off. There are different wholesalers and auction services which will take working commercial appliances. These are generally auctioned and sold at a discounted price, but it will still accomplish your ultimate goal.
- Place it with a consigner. A business broker might well prove worthwhile. Or, place it with a consigner to sell it on your behalf. Doing so will free up your time and effort.
- Go through a business seller. Another way to go is to get in touch with a business broker to learn if it’s possible to sell off the business, with the equipment. Or, to only sell the commercial appliances.