Precision Office Furniture, an office furniture liquidation company, has announced an office furniture decommission service that helps the disposal of office furniture in an environmental and socially responsible way while generating new potential stream.
Most companies in fact spend a huge amount of money in removing extra furniture and equipment in their office. Precision, with a large nationwide network of clients, is helping companies sell used furniture to others.
Precision also provides union and non-union installation services for office furniture installations and reconfigurations, commercial furniture and equipment installation, hospitality and FF&E installations, educational furniture, library furniture, call center furniture and healthcare furniture installations.
“Since 1985, John and Jeff Kiel have been servicing the St. Louis Metropolitan area, with superior office furniture installation services and have now added a fully integrated service to assist companies with the disposal of excess office furniture and equipment in a socially and environmentally sensitive way,” said Kim Brannan, VP of Sales and Marketing, in a statement.
The service demonstrates the company’s social responsibility. Most of the used furniture Precision collects from customers is given to non-profit organizations. Precision will handle the logistics, labor and transportation and can create a win-win scenario for everyone. Recycled metals are separated and cardboard and packaging is sent to appropriate recyclers.
Projects that are seeking LEED Certification can also be given receipts for that application and for the disposal of excess furniture in an environmentally sensitive way. Precision also coordinates transportation and logistics to keep mileage to the shortest possible distance keeping environmental impact to a minimum.
John Kiel, executive vice president of Precision, said, “We are careful to partner with environmentally sensitive landfills as a final disposal site for those items that do not have a re-use or recycle benefit.”
Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli