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Just to clarify, are we talking about milk crates, or bread crates?
It started off as bread .. then got side-tracked…
That means there were 6,300 milk crates on the premises.
or over roughly 200 cubic metres of them. Sounds like a few stretches of the truth that market day. Any one who has had anything to do with markets knows that stories grow and spread like wildfire 🙂
We have a few that we have had for years and years. I’m not parting with them, they are very handy.
As for pallets, I had a friend who built half his house out of old pallets. I’d like to see them come and take them back!!:lol:
Ang how the morel of the story if you have milk bread chicken crates or anything with a name on it dont take it to a market
Its not you may get caught its when they arrive you will have to pay
Oops our are old chicken crates BUT we were given some bread crates by the baker who DIDN’T want them back so they’re ours
As for milk cartes best backyard pullup stools going when it’s cuppa time in the shed.
OMG seriously the powers that be certainly need to go out and get themselves a life – Haven’t they got better things to do!!!!!
My DH uses milk crates to store his empty home brew bottles (makes it easier to move when its time to refill them) and I use bread crates for my seed raising and cuttings. All these crates came from our local tip so obviously they were not “required” by the company anymore otherwise they wouldn’t be dumped in the first place.
Isn’t it better that they find a new life than lying around in landfill.
The thing is its not the companys that dump them its people that borrow them and when finished dump them
Well it looks like somebody is getting the message i saw 10 bread crates and 15 milk crates dumped at the tip today