The City of Marion is spearheading a campaign to rid the streets of dumped shopping trolleys, which are an eyesore and a hazard across Adelaide.
Trolleys are dumped in parks and creeks, block footpaths and roads.
They are a danger to pedestrians and motorists.
Over four days, staff collected more than 230 abandoned trolleys around Westfield Marion and Castle Plaza shopping centres to highlight the problem.
Please help us to stop trolleys being dumped.
Fines can apply
Abandoned trolleys are considered litter under the Local Nuisance and Litter Control Act 2016 and penalties can apply of up to $5000.
UPDATE: A report has been prepared summarising the outcomes of the Trolley Summit held on 12 July 2018. Read the report on our Dumped Trolleys page.