Greensville County Public Schools, VA now using GovDeals to sell their Surplus
Greensville County Public Schools in Emporia, VA has selected
GovDeals, a leading online auction platform for government agencies
and educational institutions, to offer all their surplus equipment
for sale. All items offered from Greensville County Public Schools
will now be available for local citizens as well as to GovDeals’
more than 1 million registered buyers.
GovDeals supports its seller’s sustainability goals by helping
them extend the life of assets, prevent unnecessary waste, and
carbon emissions, and defer products from landfills.
By employing GovDeals’ services, Greensville County Public
Schools will be leveraging the power and scale of the online
auction platform to sell their surplus and have an opportunity to
clear out their warehouse, all while earning extra revenue.
Greensville County has an abundance of equipment to sell; future
bidders can look forward to various vehicles, cafeteria and kitchen
equipment, mowing equipment, school equipment and more from the
school system. Prior to choosing to sell on GovDeals, Greensville
had not conducted any live auctions or sold any equipment in more
than five years.
Interested buyers can now view and bid on Greensville County
Public Schools‘ auctions. Full details on each auction can be found
on the auction page. All auctions are open to the public and bidder
registration is free. New bidders interested in bidding on any
auctions on GovDeals can complete their registration at
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Billion of completed transactions, more than 3.8 million registered
buyers and 15,000 corporate and government sellers. We support
clients’ sustainability efforts by helping them extend the life of
assets, prevent unnecessary waste, and carbon emissions, and defer
products from landfills. Through our vital mission of Building a
Better Future For Surplus we’ve played an integral role in many of
our clients’ zero-waste initiatives and worked with the corporate,
federal and state governments to pioneer some of the largest green
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