AUSTRALIA NEWS: Adelaide charities forced to raise extra money to dispose of post-Christmas garbage

Adelaide’s charitable organization is forced to raise extra money for the disposal of post-Christmas garbage dumped outside its stores.

Lots of unwanted items, including Christmas trees, ornaments, mattresses and furniture have been dumped at Salvation Army relief shops in Kings Park, Kidman Park, Melrose Park and the city.

“It’s not good like that, I just picked up rubbish now, it’s not good,” a local resident.

“It’s really a painful and annoying annoyance for the whole season,” one local.

Not only were local people angry, local businessmen also revolted.

“The smell is unattractive, yes it can definitely scare customers,” trader Nathan Campbell.

Too many South Australians seem to ignore the signs of not leaving things when the charity closes during the Christmas and New Year season.

“Our volunteers and staff need a few days off on long weekends and Christmas, so things are not put off. But what happens after that is the weather can get over it,” Mark Foyle of Salvation Army.

The industry is already paying $ 13 million dollars annually for disposal of disposable goods.

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