According to Scally and Trombone (who have moved to Gertrude St and Smith St), this sculpture on display in their empty window was made from the novelty syringes served by their former neighbours, N2 gelato, on some icecreams that were discarded in the gutter by lazy customers. N2 seems to take no responsibility for the waste they generate, for example by putting a bin out the front for the syringes or information inside their shop about not littering.

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n2-dunce-litter N2 gelato needs to take responsibility for the litter it generates

Other businesses seems equally irresponsible in terms of waste disposal. I’m sick of walking along Brunswick St and seeing cafe staff emerge from their premises to shove rubbish in street bins. They’re a business and should be paying for appropriate waste disposal. Street bins are for pedestrians to use, but businesses.

N2 gelato needs to take responsibility for the litter it generates

4 thoughts on “N2 gelato needs to take responsibility for the litter it generates

  • 2 July 2015 at 12:09 pm
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    That gives me an idea – if I collect all the Messina and Jimmy Grants rubbish in my street from now till December, I can make a giant Christmas tree for the end of the year!

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  • 7 July 2015 at 12:16 pm
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    I see now there is trash piled up in the doorway. Retaliation from N2?

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    • 8 July 2015 at 7:04 pm
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      Can’t tell. N2 evidently don’t give a shit. They’re all about their brand image and don’t care about the real world impact.

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  • 9 September 2015 at 4:11 pm
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    This is precisely why Lou Scally left Brunswick Street. The street has no soul anymore

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