Border IGA supermarket boss reacts to possibility of compensation for impact of NSW's container deposit scheme on business

Anthony Bunn
Updated May 7 2018 - 4:03pm, first published 3:00pm
Taking containers: The reverse vending machine set up in Keene Street, East Albury, between the PCYC and Lauren Jackson stadium. Picture: MARK JESSER
Taking containers: The reverse vending machine set up in Keene Street, East Albury, between the PCYC and Lauren Jackson stadium. Picture: MARK JESSER

A SUPERMARKET operator, who reckons he has lost $90,000 in sales due to NSW’s bottle and can scheme, wants ongoing compensation from the state government. 

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Anthony Bunn

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