The mission of Property Surplus is to ensure that the surplus property generated by Northern Arizona University will be handled in a manner that both maximizes the return to the University and meets applicable disposal requirements.
NAU’s Property Surplus department manages the disposition of end-of-life assets, we extend the useful life of items that are no longer needed by campus departments. Using Property Surplus can have a number of benefits.
First and foremost, it can help the university generate revenue, which can be used to support various programs and initiatives. Additionally, using property surplus can help the university reduce its environmental footprint by repurposing or recycling items that might otherwise be discarded. This can also help the university save money by reducing waste disposal costs. As soon as an item is no longer needed instead of putting it in storage somewhere, send it to Property Surplus by initiating a Disposal Request.
Finally, using property surplus can help the university build stronger relationships with the local community by providing affordable goods and materials that can be used for various projects or personal use.
Overall, using property surplus is a smart and responsible way for universities to manage their resources and support the university’s mission.