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  • ChemClear’s biggest collection in SA

    Jun 25 2014
    ChemClear has collected one of its biggest hauls of unwanted and out-of-date agvet chemicals from farmers and chemical users during this year’s recent collection in South Australia. Registrations for the collection reached more than 26,000 L/kg of agvet chemicals before the booking line closed in late March. The registration t...
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  • ChemClear coming soon to NSW

    Jun 20 2014
    ChemClear is calling on all waste holders in NSW to register their unwanted chemicals for the next collection. So far, 20 tonnes of obsolete products have been registered for the upcoming collection and ChemClear is expecting this figure to rise even further. “The program helps agvet chemical users to make good purchasing, sto...
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  • ChemClear celebrates another successful Tassie collection

    Jun 18 2014
    Chemical users across Tasmania registered more than 2700L/kg of obsolete agvet chemical for safe disposal through ChemClear’s. The ChemClear truck received a total of 2789L/kg of agricultural and veterinary chemical waste from farmers and other chemical users. Under the ChemClear program, chemical manufacturers participating i...
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  • ChemClear truck on its way to SA

    Jun 2 2014
    The ChemClear collection truck has begun its long journey to South Australia to collect unwanted and out-of-date agvet chemicals. The program called on all South Australian agvet chemical users to register their chemicals for collection and disposal in a successful call to action earlier this year. This year’s collection is Ch...
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  • SA farmers smash ChemClear records

    Apr 17 2014
    Chemical waste holders in South Australia have registered the largest amount of product for ChemClear’s upcoming collection than any previous collection held in the state. Registrations reached more than 26,000 L/kg of agvet chemicals before the booking line closed on 28 March. The total is more than the last three collections...
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  • Week to go before ChemClear booking line closes

    Mar 19 2014
    Farmers and chemical users have just a few more days to register their unwanted agvet chemicals for this year’s collection in South Australia. ChemClear will be travelling around the state collecting unwanted and out-of-date agvet chemicals during the collection in the next couple of months. As part of the program, waste holde...
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  • SA to prepare for ChemClear clean-up

    Feb 11 2014
    ChemClear is gearing up for its first state-wide collection for the year in South Australia. The program is calling on all waste holders to register their unwanted chemicals for the collection. So far more than 16,000L/kg of obsolete product has been registered for collection. More than 3000 L/kg of chemical already logged on th...
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  • Agsafe awards winners of Education Bursary

    Feb 6 2014
    Two agricultural students have won Agsafe’s Annual Bursary Competition. Megan Pearce from Mandagery, NSW and Christopher Hallion from Gawler, South Australia each won $2,500 to go towards their studies in agriculture. Bursary applicants were required to fill out the online application form and submit a 500 word essay on how Ag...
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  • New permanent ChemClear facilities open in Melbourne and Sydney

    Feb 1 2014
    Agvet chemical users in and around Melbourne and Sydney now have access to ChemClear’s new permanent facilities. The new site in Laverton North, Melbourne and St Marys, Sydney will hold collections once a month to service users looking to get rid of chemicals they no longer need or want. Chemical users in Melbourne and Sydney ...
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  • New permanent facility opens in Melbourne

    Jan 16 2014
    Agvet chemical users in and around Melbourne now have access to ChemClear’s new permanent facility. The new site in Laverton North will hold collections once a month to service users looking to get rid of chemicals they no longer need or want. The new facility follows from Sydney’s recent permanent site opening in S...
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