Young recycling entrepreneur turns bungled container deposit scheme into house deposit

https://i1.wp.com/gerald-pilcher.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/9831598-16×9-700×394.jpg?fit=700%2C394&ssl=1 Young recycling entrepreneur turns bungled container deposit scheme into house deposit The rollout of the container deposit scheme in New South Wales has been anything but seamless, and has garnered plenty of criticism since it started last year. Then, once they’ve arrived, they’re often facing hour-long queues and out-of-order reverse vending machines. But for Lilly Trevaskis-Charlton, the recycling program is proving rather lucrative and has her well on her way to home ownership. The seven-year-old from Wagga Wagga started Lilly’s Recycling a month ago and has already made more than two years’ worth of pocket money. “I think it’s about time I saved for my house deposit, and like my mum always says, ‘Start now’,” Lilly said. From little things big things grow The business idea came after Lilly’s

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