Q: How do I dispose of my material handling equipment properly?

A: Equipment Assets is one of the largest forklift recyclers in the US. We recycle hundreds each week purchased from forklift dealers across the country. Our process meets strict state and federal environmental standards to ensure the proper disposal of all hazardous and non-hazardous materials.

Q: How can I be sure my batteries are safely disposed?

A: We are an EPA-certified facility processing more than 1M lbs. of lead-acid batteries each month. Our recycling process is in compliance with all federal requirements.

Q: Do I have to drain the fluids to recycle a forklift?

A: No. You don’t have to drain any fluids or remove tires. We dismantle and recycle every forklift component when we receive them.

Do you buy equipment in my area?

A: Equipment Assets buys used forklifts and material handling equipment from the 48 contiguous states and Canada.

Q: What type of forklifts do you buy?

A: We buy all makes and models in any condition: propane, diesel, electric or gasoline powered, whether they’re running or not.

Q: How will I be paid?

A: Once we agree on the equipment and price, Equipment Assets will send payment within 24 to 48 hours of receipt of your invoice.

Q: How soon will the equipment be picked up?

A: We will arrange for the equipment to be picked up the day after you receive payment, or at your convenience.

Q: Do you sell used forklift parts to dealers/wholesalers?

A: Equipment Assets recycles nearly all of the battery cores. However, we do stock a large number of common parts such as attachments and forks for sale to dealers, wholesalers and independent forklift companies.

Turning Equipment Liabilities Into Environmental Assets