NOTE: Requests for the August collection are closed; new requests will be assigned to October.
The Safe Electronic Equipment Disposal (SEED) program provides for the disposal of university equipment containing data storage, including computers and mobile devices, as well as equipment containing circuit boards such as monitors, printers, peripherals, scientific equipment and audio-visual equipment. This program differs from the USNH Surplus Property program in several important ways:
* Equipment collections are scheduled regularly at the loading dock at One Leavitt Lane, Durham. Only equipment which has been approved for disposal may be brought to the scheduled collection.
* Requests to Donate, Transfer or Sell surplus electronic equipment are not available through SEED. All items submitted to this new program will be processed by our service provider. Note: USNH Surplus Property will continue to handle all requests for non-electronic equipment to donate, transfer, sell or scrap items such as furniture or vehicles.
* Check here for equipment accepted by SEED for disposal.
* For more information, read this SEED article by Jody Record
Should you use SEED for your surplus electronic equipment? Use our Decision Guide.
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