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Fruit Trolley Poker

2021-12-09 15:30 - 0 Comments

On the way home from work at least one local supermarket shopping trolley (Shopping cart) has made its way up the street and onto the front lawn of our local housing project. Invariably the cart will sit there for a week and attract other carts until the local council has to collect and return them at a cost. Some times they’re so badly damaged they just get thrown away. Large shopping centers can generate up to 200 missing shopping trolleys a day and one Australian business that tracks and returns shopping trolleys receives on average 1000 phone calls a week from the public. In some reports* as much as 6% of the proportion of materials involved in illegal dumping incidents in Australian metropolitan areas is attributed to shopping trolleys. The cost of collecting, maintaining and replacing trolleys in Australia each year is over AU$50 million. Submitted by Darcy Hodgkinson.

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