reply to laserjobs
Re: Salvage If they could get $600,000 for salvage, then the city would make money by paying just $60,000 to remove them, wouldn't they?
sapoCruising Down Memory LanePremium
Typical Government job, probably will sell it to someone for really cheap and they make lots of money off it as usual. I see it all the time.
bear73Metnav... Fly The Unfriendly SkiesPremium
Grand Forks Afb, ND
reply to EPS
said by EPS:no, they won't. because they can't sell them for a profit in most cases.
If they could get $600,000 for salvage, then the city would make money by paying just $60,000 to remove them, wouldn't they?
perfect example of this: military computer upgrades. Every time US military upgrades their tech, they have to send it to DRMO. and DRMO will "sell" the old computers, printers, monitors to : first, other DOD services, second, other government agencies, third, public education, fourth, auctioned off by the pallett-full.
If ya gotta go, Go with a SMILE!
Thats the military. Doesnt mean cities work the same way. Many cities actually sell their surplus through an auction they set up themselves.