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  1. Brisbane
    For all those donkeys still handing out free water - The Queensland recycling collection will get going this Thursday, 10c returns! However... 28c price hike for anything eligible (bottled water).
  2. Complaints
    Well lo-and-behold, this little missive landed in my inbox from The Mothership. https://www.uber.com/en-CA/blog/top-car-items-riders-love/?state=pfQqUHSHbV8CJ1Ya_vz5zDDt1eTF33ic_fp_hpUIJMU=&_csid=WrSLnsXeIwE7zBiYW2zzxA#_ Let's break down this nonsense item-by-item: Phone Charger Yeah, I got a...
  3. Canberra
    The ACT Container Deposit Scheme launches on Saturday 30 June 2018. This scheme will affect those rideshare drivers who offer bottled water to their riders. From 30 June, Canberrans can return eligible containers, including cans and bottles, to receive a refund of 10 cents per container. To...
  4. Advice
    Hi, My name is Richard I did my first Uber drive in Albany last weekend, and I drove drunk folks around all night, which is both highly amusing and often challenging. But of the bottles of water I offer and mints, I had considered offering free condoms. While that may seem innocent enough, I...
  5. Canberra
    A container deposit scheme will be introduced in the ACT from early 2018. The deposit is likely to be 10 cents a container. See https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/amp.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/canberrans-can-soon-cash-in-their-cans-with-container-deposit-scheme-on-the-way-20170529-gwf8ty.html...
  6. Adelaide
    South Australia has had a container deposit scheme in place for many years. Other states will be introducing a similar scheme soon: see https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Container_deposit_legislation_in_Australia. For those drivers in Adelaide who offer bottled water to passengers, what impact...
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