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  • SA ChemClear collection is under way

    Last updated: 25-Jun-2018
    Each collection has a chemist on-site to verify the registered chemicals Agsafe’s ChemClear program has begun its collection in South Australia. For the next three weeks ChemClear will be in locations throughout the state, at pre-arranged areas where agvet chemical users have registered their Group 1 (unexpired drumMUSTER pro...
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  • MEDIA RELEASE: Final week for ChemClear bookings in SA

    Last updated: 23-Apr-2018
    Time is running out for South Australians to register their unwanted chemicals with ChemClear. Waste holders keen to clear their properties of agricultural and veterinary chemicals have until this Friday, 27 April, to book unwanted products with Agsafe’s industry-led chemical waste disposal service. People can also deliver unw...
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  • MEDIA RELEASE: ChemClear bookings end soon in South Australia

    Last updated: 3-Apr-2018
    3 April 2018 ChemClear bookings end soon in South Australia South Australians have less than four weeks to register their old farm chemicals with ChemClear. Growers, farmers and chemical users throughout the state have until 27 April to book their unwanted chemicals with Australia’s largest agvet chemical disposal service, for...
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  • ChemClear & MobileMuster team up in SA

    Last updated: 5-Feb-2018
    South Australian property owners can safely dispose of their mobile phones at the same time as their unwanted farm chemicals, when Agsafe’s ChemClear collection hits the road in June. The agricultural and veterinary chemical waste disposal program has teamed up with MobileMuster, the mobile industry product stewardship program...
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  • Get ready South Australia!

    Last updated: 16-Jan-2018
    ChemClear has scheduled a statewide collection for SA. Anyone holding unwanted agvet chemical is encouraged to take an inventory and register before 27th April 2018, for a June collection. Take an inventory of your unwanted chemicals, as registrations are essential. Forms can be found on this website. Bookings can be made on 180...
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  • Thanks for supporting agchem safety in 2017

    Last updated: 18-Dec-2017
    Thank you to all the Australians who made the commitment to dispose of their unwanted agvet chemicals safely by using ChemClear in 2017.  See you in 2018! ...
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  • MEDIA RELEASE: Chemical safety a must in summer

    Last updated: 23-Nov-2017
    Agricultural and veterinary chemical store owners are urged to conduct safety checks on their premises in preparation for fire and cyclone season. They can also do their farmer clients a favour by encouraging them to do the same back on their properties. Agsafe has developed a simple five-point Summer Safety Checklist to help bo...
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  • Inspiring success for farming women

    Last updated: 20-Oct-2017
    Agsafe proudly sponsored three Australian Women in Agriculture conference delegates in Brisbane last month, where our visitors heard from some inspirational keynote speakers and shared their experiences with others in the agriculture industry. “Don’t let the pursuit of perfection stop you”. That was just one of many messa...
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  • Qld farmers commended for chemical waste safety

    Last updated: 10-Oct-2017
    Property owners throughout Queensland proved their worth as land heroes when they surrendered a whopping 28 tonnes of unwanted farm chemicals for safe destruction in the recent six-week state wide collection. Agsafe’s ChemClear program collects and disposes of unwanted products that display the drumMUSTER logo on the chemical ...
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  • Community group collects 30-millionth drumMUSTER container

    Last updated: 17-Aug-2017
    Agsafe’s drumMUSTER program upheld its reputation as Australia’s most successful agricultural waste management operation, when the 30-millionth empty farm chemical container was collected on Tuesday. The occasion was marked at a community event in the tiny town of Dookie near Shepparton, Victoria, where volunteers at the Doo...
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