The guy does use container in the plural.
It's a bit of a zero sum game as the cost of disposal of the rubbish (which sounds like about 95% of it) would be huge at $10 per monitor and printer which are recycling fees nowadays. I don't think it's going to happen, unless someone a bit less scrupulous cherry picks the good items and hires a skip for the rest (which is not too uncommon a practice in disposing of e-waste).
Other things are listed are Apple, Commodore, Amiga, Wang. I'm sure there's a few treasures in there but it as an all or nothing proposition the auction is not really open to anyone bar locals. The pictures aren't showing off the 'vintage' items and I think it would require a collector to view to establish these items. I look forward to reading the Q&A section of this auction.