Facilities Operations

A Department in Facilities


Surplus Pick-Up Request

Please use the Surplus Pickup Request Form to submit a pickup request. All pickup requests must be submitted using this form.

In Action Requested please make sure to indicate the work order is a Surplus Pickup and include the Room Number, Item(s) for Pick up, and any Additional Notes to expedite the pick up process.

Please Note
The department is responsible for hiring movers to move any items to the Surplus Warehouse that cannot be moved by one person or any large items that will not fit on an elevator and need to be carried down stairs. This includes copiers, large conference tables, large credenzas, cubicle panels or large stand alone printers, etc.


The UNCG Warehouse Services staff would be happy to take it off your hands, but you need to follow these guidelines:

  • 1. Make sure that your item is not considered a fixed asset. If you’re unsure whether your item is a fixed asset, follow these instructions to access a list of all your departmental fixed assets or call the Fixed Assets office.
  • 2. If you want to transfer an item to another department and it is not a fixed asset (value less than $5,000 and not ‘tagged’), you are not required to complete a form.
  • 3. File cabinets, binders, file boxes, etc. must be emptied of all paper and the department must shred all documents with potentially sensitive information (social security numbers, student addresses, etc.) as required by the department and/or the University.
  • 4. Chemicals, liquids, gels, bio-hazardous, and volatile materials cannot be submitted and must be disposed of properly.
  • 5. All items, including broken and e-Waste items, will be accepted. Construction scraps, debris, and other unusable items will not be accepted.
  • 6. Only the items submitted via this form will be picked up. If additional items are discovered at a later time, another form must be submitted. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  • 7. Computers and electronics to be picked up need to be placed in a secure location, not left in hallways. Once picked up, the Hard Drive will be removed and crushed.