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Refurbished Universiade Security Counter to Appear at Used Furniture Sales

Refurbished Universiade Security Counter to Appear at Used Furniture Sales

The annual refurbished furniture sales will take place at the Neihu Recycled Furniture Center and Auction House on September 10.

According to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), one of the featured items at the upcoming event will be a refurbished security counter from the Universiade games which have modified into a storage counter.

The organizers have also invited Bravo, the mascot of the 2017 Summer Universiade in Taipei, to serve as the head auctioneer on the day of the event. Furthermore, a series of refurbished furniture, including a two-tier storage cabinet, computer cabinet, and TV cabinet with the autograph of Mayor Ko Wen-je, will also receive the spotlight at the upcoming auction.

DEP also noted that the auction will include a new recycled product zone targeting students. Merchandise include 100 refurbished bicycles with student-discount price of NT$499. The zone will also carry 30 sets of furniture including desks, computer tables, and single beds. Each item comes with price tags ranging from NT$400 to NT$499.

Another new feature added to the auction event was the establishment of “creativity stalls,” where agency staff utilized materials from used clothing and other sources to create pouches, or crafting wood from fallen trees or construction material leftovers to produce pencil stands, cell phone stands, coasters, and more.

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  • Updated: 2017/9/8 16:02
  • Reviewed: 2017/10/2 15:20

  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government