Unsalable Property is property that has been disposed of by another agency or political subdivision to Surplus Property that does not sell within 30 days of being added to Surplus Property's inventory. *Agencies may receive a bill sooner than 30 days if the property they surplus is in unserviceable condition or cannot be repaired.
Surplus Property makes every effort to sell all property to other state agencies, political subdivisions, eligible non-profits and the public before marking it unsalable.
Fee Schedule for unsalable property
All property weighing 5lbs or less
All property weighing 6 - 40 lbs
All property weighing 41-150 lbs
All property weighing 151 lbs or more
Extremely large equipment, partial and full-truckload shipments of property
|Negotiated based upon state contract rates, location and volume|
|Hazardous Materials||Any material determined to be hazardous material, such as chemicals, liquids, ballasts, fluorescent bulbs, etc.||Actual disposal costs|
These fees are subject to change. Surplus Property will publish all changes on this webpage. Please direct any questions regarding these rates to Alan Brinkman, State Surplus Property Manager, at 701-328-9665 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.