Assets of Telford recycling firm Pink Skips auctioned
Refuse lorries and tractors are among 260 items being auctioned off, after a Shropshire recycling firm went into administration.
Fifty seven jobs have gone at Telford-based Wellings Ltd, which trades as Pink Skips.
Auctioneers Jones Lang LaSalle said it expected the sale of the items from the family business to raise more than £500,000 for creditors.
Bidding in its online auction will close from 13:00 BST on Thursday.
Receivers were first called into the recycling firm in February and administrator Grant Thornton was hoping to find a buyer, but has said those interested had now pulled out.
Mike Hanson, from the auctioneers, said a skip could cost anything from £100 up to £1,500.
The most valuable lot was a Godswill horizontal baler bought last year, which was expected to go for about £100,000, Mr Hanson added.
Jones Lang LaSalle could not give a figure over what debts need to be covered.