The Storage, Recuperation and Sales Service, part of CERN's Industry, Procurement and Knowledge Transfer stores, recycles and sells all CERN equipment and material which is no longer of use.
Most of the material comes from complex installations, such as accelerators or specific experiments. However, the service also handles low-value items from offices and laboratories, such as computers or furniture.
Do you have any surplus material?
If you have any kind of surplus material, technical equipment left from a previous experiment, obsolete installations or low-value items stored in offices and laboratories, do not leave it sitting around unused for years!
Make a request of transport via EDH for the Building 133.
Are you looking for cheap or secondhand equipment?
Where equipment or material is no longer needed, it is first offered for use to another CERN department. If the equipment or material will not be reused at CERN it will be offered for sale.
You can make an offer online at any time, or visit the warehouse on Thursday from 1.30 pm to 4 pm.
Recyling at 133:
(open from 8.30am / 11.30am and 1.30pm / 4pm, closed on Friday after noon).
Electronic Equipment and Computer Hardware
To have a tray for Computer Equipment (red) or Electronics (blue), just make a request for transport (category "Internal Transport") via EDH. (Dimensions: 110 * 80 * h 80 cm and weight of 84 kg)
- Red containers for computer equipment must contain only (computer screens, keyboards, lathes, printers, televisions, empty hard disks) No Cardboard, paper, etc. (Please do not overflow the tank, bins must be placed away from the weather.)
Attention: TONER for printers, RECYCLABLE - TO BE RETURNED TO MEYRIN RECEPTION (BAT 194), via a transport request.
- Evacuation requests (for return) for electronic and computer equipment must be made using a transport request (category "Internal Transport") via EDH and addressed to Building 133.
Attention: do not keep the tank more than 1 week.
Bins for metals.
A bin or bin must contain metals from the same family, it is necessary to sort. For example: a tray for stainless steel, another for aluminum, another for copper, another for steel, another for brass, another for lead, another for copper cables, a other for Aluminum cables. To have a ferry, call the service desk (77777) for regular pickups (gray bin) or you can apply for transport via EDH (building 133, green bin). For large quantities Request for a scrap grab at the Service Desk Request for exchange or withdrawal at the Service Desk.
For small quantities, the batteries can be deposited in Building 133 For large quantities, a request for a tank can be made using a request for transport (category "Internal transport") via EDH and addressed to building 133.
If in doubt please contact me, for other waste see the website of GS: WHAT WILL GO? http://gs-dep.web.cern.ch/fr/Waste/What_goes_where