The Bargain Barn will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 27.
The Bargain Barn will continue to open it's doors from 4pm - 7pm on the first Thursday of every month. We hope to see you on the following dates:
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How To Dispose Of Equipment & Supplies
Note: Medical Center departments should call UCDMC Plant Operations & Maintenance (PO&M), Excess Property Warehouse, at (916) 734-0194 to arrange for the sale/disposal of their items.
If the Bargain Barn has a market for the itemThere are two options, when your item is marketable - selling at or transferring to the Bargain Barn. In either case, Bargain Barn will pick-up marketable items at no charge to the department.
Note: For departments in remote locations, or for large items that cannot be brought to the Bargain Barn, the item can remain in the department while being sold through Bargain Barn. Please email a photo of the item in jpeg format.
Selling the itemDepartments can sell items, with a portion of the sale proceeds credited to their accounts. This is often done when items can sell for more than $75. To sell, once you have Bargain Barn approval:
Transferring the item to Bargain BarnNotify the Bargain Barn that you have decided to transfer the item. We will pick up and prepare the item(s) for sale.
For policy and procedure on all methods of disposition including trade-in, donation and cannibalization, please see policy 350-80, sec. IV.
Note: State law prohibits the disposal of household batteries, fluorescent light bulbs and electronic devices (i.e.; those items containing circuit boards) in regular municipal trash. Electronic devices include, but are not limited to computers, printers, personal data assistants (PDAs), televisions and electronic laboratory items. These items contain chemicals which may harm people or the environment, and should be disposed of through the Bargain Barn. For disposal of hazardous, chemical, and radioactive wastes, complete the appropriate Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) form.