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  • Registrations closed for ChemClear WA collection

    Mar 28 2012
    Registrations have officially closed for the upcoming West Australian ChemClear collection. Preparations for the comprehensive state-wide pick-up are well under way, with around 53 local shire councils set to host the ChemClear retrieval vehicle in its ‘milk run’ collection around the West. There are currently 14,566 litres...
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  • Chemical collection for WA

    Jan 18 2012
    Western Australian agvet chemical users are invited to start the Australian Year of the Farmer off in the right way by taking part in the upcoming ChemClear collection. Locals have the opportunity to responsibly get rid of any old, obsolete or inherited products on their properties by simply calling or logging onto the ChemClear...
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  • Tasmanians rewrite the record books

    Oct 3 2011
    Records are made to be broken and that is exactly what happened during ChemClear’s recent Tasmanian collection run. An unprecedented 5,532 litres of agricultural and veterinary chemical were disposed of by 58 dedicated waste holders in a superb effort. Since ChemClear began collections in the Apple Isle in November 2006, four ...
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  • Help the environment and clean up your property!

    Oct 3 2011
    South Australian chemical users are being urged to do the right thing by the environment and themselves by registering for the upcoming ChemClear collection run. To be held from late May until early June, the route undertaken by the ChemClear truck will be determined by demand in each shire council region. National Program Manag...
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  • South Australians welcome ChemClear return

    Oct 3 2011
    The ChemClear program recently made its long-awaited return to South Australia and chemical users were delighted to jump on board. An industry stewardship service implemented in 2004, ChemClear helps participants dispose of their unwanted, obsolete or inherited chemicals in their local shire area. This particular state-wide run ...
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  • ChemClear teams up with Government to assist flood clean-up mission

    Oct 3 2011
    Chemical users across the state of Queensland will receive an excellent opportunity to dispose of their unwanted, inherited or unknown chemicals in June, with ChemClear coming to town. This will be the first foray into the Sunshine State since June 2009 and ChemClear are planning to collect from a wide area of QLD in their sched...
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  • ChemClear Registrations

    Oct 3 2011
    There has been a truly unprecedented response to ChemClear’s latest registration drive, with the Queensland state-wide collection set to be a record-breaker. While the final figures are yet to be tallied, over 70 tonnes of chemicals have been placed on the booking line since it closed on June 3. ChemClear will now enter a plan...
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  • Queenslanders embrace ChemClear

    Oct 3 2011
    Well over 100 tonnes of chemical have been registered for the upcoming ChemClear collection run across Queensland, with final scheduling now taking place. The Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI) has provided flood damage funding assistance for 29 of the hardest-hit Local Government areas to assi...
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  • ChemClear and drumMUSTER help ladies on their way

    Oct 3 2011
    “It was really good to be able to go up there and help the community out.” These were the sentiments of Mackay Cane Growers Network Secretary Marice Perna, who was proud to have taken part in the Wet Tropics Women In Sugar Conference held recently at Mission Beach, Queensland. Marice and eight other ladies were the recipient...
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  • ChemClear’s Back in South Australia!

    Jul 29 2011
    There is some excellent news at hand for South Australian farmers and other ag vet chemical users, with the ChemClear program making its long-awaited return to the state after a three-year absence. A comprehensive collection run is planned for late May and early June, with the retrieval truck all set to visit many council sites ...
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