Abandoned Shopping Trolleys
Why are abandoned shopping trolleys an issue?
An abandoned shopping trolley is a supermarket trolley that has been left in a public space, away from the supermarket it belongs to. If ignored, trolleys can become a hazard, especially if they are in the proximity of moving traffic. They can also pollute waterways and obstruct the flow of water.
What can I do to help?
To help reduce the number of abandoned shopping trolleys you can do the following:
- If you use a trolley to transport your shopping home, after use take back to the store.
- Once you have used the shopping trolley, leave it in a sensible location such as a trolley bay in a supermarket or store car park, ready for collection by the store.
- If you notice a shopping trolley abandoned please report it to the supermarket directly, or to Trolleywise.
How can I report an abandoned trolley?
We work with Trolleywise a professional trolley retrieval service that collect trolleys on behalf of supermarkets and return them or dispose of them. They collect them on behalf of the following retailers:
If you know about a shopping trolley that's been left somewhere please use the Trolleywise App - available on google play for Android as well as the Apple appstore.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01926 451951. (option 3) to report
If an abandoned trolley is not from one of the Trolleywise stores above please report it to the store directly:
Morrisons 01695 570525
FarmFoods 0121 7007160
Marks and Spensor 01695 574278
Booths 01704 891449
B&M 0330 838 9000