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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    ah ganun pala yun hehe. na wierdohan lang a kasi eh

    pero maganda palang buisness yun. dapat ako na lang nagbukas ng junkshop dito sa amin
    siguro balik na lang ako sa sari-sari store.

    saan naman kaya sila naghahanap ng bibili ng junk nila? yellow pages hehehe

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    #12
    ganda biz yan.. pinsan ko yan ang biz. madumi lang pero ganda lalo na ngayon mahal ng bakal kilo. 7 per kilo and of cors aluminum which is 100++ per kilo hehe..

    also mga copper from wires 45++ per kilo heheh

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    #13
    yung kapitbahay namin dati sa bagobantay yan ang business for 20+ yrs na. lahat ng anak nya napagtapos nya at lahat nasa states na! pine-petition na nga silang mag-asawa pero ayaw pa nila. nag-e-enjoy pa daw sila sa junk. :D

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    #14
    maduming trabaho yan junk shop/buy and sell 2nd hand biz. nag-try ako dati mag buy and sell ng second hand computers & devices, cameras, printers. bad-trip pati ata yun mga negative energies ng previous owners ng computers napasa sa kin. parang may kasamang malas. yun dalwang pinagkakatiwalaan ko tauhan, nag-away dahil dyan. parati mainit ang ulo. as soon as nadispatsa ko last items, nagpa-general cleaning ako kagad ng office at plano ko magpa-bendisyun ulit. mahirap magbenta ng luma sa pinoy, kulang nalang hingin yun item.

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by prysm_1
    saan naman kaya sila naghahanap ng bibili ng junk nila? yellow pages hehehe
    sir, normally may mga nag lalako sila na nasa kariton iyon nakikita mo sumisigaw na "Boteeee dyaryyoooo'or minsan ay may mga nag pupunta na lang sa junk shop nila at doon binibenta ang mga use items..lalo na doon sa mga nag ge general cleaning ng bahay .nakikita dami nila basura before itapon piliin muna kung ano pwede ibenta ..malakas iyan .sabi nga nila may 'PERA sa BASURA'
    tama si sir Mantoy ..marami na umasenso sa junk shop .

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    #16
    "Pera sa Basura" yan ang motto ng basurero at junk shup

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    #17
    nasa pera naman talaga ang basura e! hehehe

    rsnald, actually hindi naman 800% agad ang return nun. kasi may costing pa ang grinding machine, trucking (if they don't own their trucks), labor (maghahakot and magbubuhat papunta sa truck).

    this is really a good business venture if you really don't mind all that dirt and smell. dapat nga may cash ka lagi. pag check naman, di pwedeng cross check or post dated. kasi ineencash nila agad yun sa bank.

    we also do this, pero yung binibili namin, mga useable "junk" pa. and we also sell our off-sizes na stocks or mga dilapidated and a little rusted stocks.

    another way of doing this is yung mga nagdedemolition ng mga factory, warehouse, bahay. they buy the whole house, then demolish it, sell all the saleable parts, sell as scrap the ones that are not useable as is, and the rest of the pile of rubble would be sold as panambak.

    in this business, you'll see money in everything. hehehe :D heck! even manure can be turned into fertilizer, right?

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    #18
    ang ibig ko sabihin sa last question is pag nabili mo na sa mga magbobote yung junk kanino naman nila ito ibebenta or sino ba yung mga raw materials manufacturing?

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    #19
    another way of doing this is yung mga nagdedemolition ng mga factory, warehouse, bahay. they buy the whole house, then demolish it, sell all the saleable parts, sell as scrap the ones that are not useable as is, and the rest of the pile of rubble would be sold as panambak
    tutuo ito sir. may kilala ako na mejo kumita ng malaki ng time na umalis mga kano sa air and naval bases..ultimo inidoro na imported .kinuha nila at mga cabinet or locker ay naibenta pa nila sa maganda presyo .pati mga army type na jeep ay nakakuha din sila .sa madalit salita marami sila nabili na mga scrap or junks pero na ibenta pa nila ng maganda presyo

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    #20
    one option is to sell it sa mga nagtutunaw ng bote to manufacture again as other glass products like mga window panes, automotive glass, etc. that is if the bottles are already dirty.

    but for some types of bottles, like mga san mig beer bottles, ginebra, datu puti.. these kind of bottles command a higher price coz they could still be used as is, konting linis lang. they could be containers for vinegar, patis, toyo for the backyard manufacturers. san miguel bottles can be sold to sari-sari stores for them to be able to get beers from san miguel without paying for the bottles also. (mind you, beer cases also are being sold, you can't trade only bottles without cases with san miguel, i think )

    plastics are also somewhat the same. clear and maleable (medyo malambot/ makunat) gets a higher value over malutong. clear plastics can still be combined with specific colored plastic pellets so that you could still get the color you want. while mixed colored plastic would eventually be mixed with other color to get a "black" kind of plastic pellets for manufacturers of plastic products.

    p.s. you don't have to have a junk shop for you to do this business. if you don't have the capital, you could still be an "ahente." you find the junk you think has value, then you sell it to a prospective buyer for a higher price. once the deal is finalized and delivered. you get your commision. voila! you've already earned

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