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  • NSW Northern Rivers and Mid North Coast AgVet Chemical Cleanup Program

    Last updated: 19-May-2022
    Registrations close Friday 3 June To assist farmers and other agricultural and veterinary chemical users in the Mid North Coast and Northern Rivers regions that have been impacted by the recent floods, Agsafe, in collaboration with the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA), is holding an extra ChemClea...
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  • South East Queensland AgVet Chemical cleanup program extended

    Last updated: 13-Apr-2022
    Updated 17 May 2022 Register your flood impacted agvet chemicals for collection Registration of flood impacted chemicals extended until Friday 27 May Due to the rain in the past week Agsafe has extended the registration date for the QLD Government supported agvet chemical collection program in the region. The new cut...
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  • A ChemClear collection is on the way for New South Wales agvet chemical users.

    Last updated: 13-Oct-2021
    Agsafe’s ChemClear program is holding a collection in New South Wales in March 2022. Agvet chemical users can now register their unwanted or obsolete agvet chemicals for collection. Registrations close on 28 January 2022. All successful registrations are acknowledged by email or post.  A reference number relating...
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  • Record amount of unwanted agvet chemicals registered in Queensland

    Last updated: 2-Jul-2021
    Over 74,000 litres of agvet chemicals have been registered for collection in QLD. Registrations for the Queensland ChemClear collection have now closed and the numbers are in. The total amount of unwanted or obsolete agvet chemcials that have been registered by Queensland farmers and businesses has reached over 74,000 lit...
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  • Funding approved for Group 2 Chemicals in QLD Collection

    Last updated: 26-May-2021
    Great news for QLD Farmers! The collection of group 2 agvet chemicals in the upcoming ChemClear collection will be co-funded by ChemClear and the QLD Government Department of Environment and Science. This arrangement means that farmers and primary producers can now receive up to 50% in funding which will reduce the...
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  • QLD ChemClear collection coming in July

    Last updated: 15-Apr-2021
    Farmers and chemical holders will need to register their agvet chemicals by 13 June Queensland agvet chemicals holders will have an opportunity to safely dispose of their unwanted or obsolete chemicals with a ChemClear collection scheduled for July and August this year. With the recent floods through much of the eastern p...
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  • Agsafe committed to helping farmers clean-up after natural disaster

    Last updated: 25-Mar-2021
    With the recent floods across New South Wales and Queensland, many farmers that store agvet chemicals will have been impacted. During flooding chemical containers can be damaged and become unidentifiable. CropLife Australia’s agricultural stewardship subsidiary, Agsafe, provides a service to safely collect and dispose of th...
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  • Upcoming collection for SA and WA chemical holders

    Last updated: 3-Feb-2021
    SA and WA Agvet chemical users can dispose of their chemicals safely in early 2021 through Agsafe’s ChemClear program. Agsafe’s product stewardship programs, drumMUSTER and ChemClear, provide farmers with a reliable pathway for the safe disposal of their empty agvet containers as well as any unused or obsolete agvet ch...
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  • Dispose of your unwanted agvet chemicals safely in upcoming ChemClear collection in SA and WA

    Last updated: 18-Nov-2020
    SA and WA agvet chemical users can register their unwanted or obsolete chemicals until the end of February 2021 for a collection in April and May. Agsafe’s ChemClear program is holding a collection in South Australia and Western Australia in April-May 2021. Agvet chemical users can now register their unwanted or obsolete a...
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  • Queensland agvet chemical users utilise ChemClear to dispose of their unwanted chemicals

    Last updated: 1-Oct-2019
    Agvet chemical holders dispose of their unwanted chemicals during the statewide collection. Photo: Kathleen Taylor Queensland agvet chemical holders have proven their environmental credentials by utilising the ChemClear program in the QLD state collection to dispose of their unwanted or obsolete agvet chemicals. For many ...
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