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  • Farm chem waste getting the right treatment

    Last updated: 18-Jul-2017
    Ever wondered what happens to unwanted agvet chemicals when ChemClear collects them? When landholders commit to safe disposal of unwanted agvet chemicals, they start the ball rolling by taking an inventory and booking unwanted product, which they deliver to the ChemClear truck at a council waste depot. Once those registered chem...
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  • Stay connected on Instagram

    Last updated: 10-Jul-2017
    Have you checked out our new Instagram account?  Follow us on @agsafeaustralia as we celebrate the achievements of the nation’s ag industry. ...
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  • Last days for Queenslanders to "check your shed"

    Last updated: 20-Apr-2017
    Queenslanders have only a few days left to book their obsolete farm chemicals for collection with Agsafe’s ChemClear scheme. The environmentally-friendly program, which supports the safe disposal of agricultural and veterinary chemicals, will travel throughout the state in June collecting unwanted products from farmers who no ...
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  • Queenslanders chasing ChemClear collection records

    Last updated: 6-Apr-2017
      Queensland farmers are proving their worth as recycling champions with bookings for Agsafe’s ChemClear collection ramping up during its final few weeks of registration. Farmers end up with leftover product they cannot reuse and ChemClear works with the State Government to help farmers fund collections of unlabeled, unre...
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  • Your turn Queensland!

    Last updated: 22-Feb-2017
    Queensland property owners can register their unwanted agricultural and veterinary chemicals in Agsafe’s ChemClear collection, which is hitting the road in June. The industry-led chemical waste cleanupis aimed at encouraging farmers and other agvet chemical users to ensure their safety by registering any unused and unknown che...
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  • Keep chemicals safe during disasters

    Last updated: 20-Feb-2017
    Devastating climate events nationwide have resulted in renewed calls for agricultural and veterinary chemical users to dispose of their waste safely, as rural landowners face a massive cleanup. Fires in central NSW and flooding of horticultural regions in southern WA and the NT have prompted Agsafe to remind agvet chemical retai...
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  • Five ways to cool your chemicals

    Last updated: 2-Feb-2017
    With soaring temperatures nudging the barometer into the 40s this week, Agsafe recommends chemical users and suppliers perform some simple safety checks on their stored products. The effect of heat can reduce the effectiveness of a product and UV radiation can degrade plastics, possibly rendering containers unsafe for transporta...
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  • NSW farmers lauded for chemical waste safety

    Last updated: 1-Feb-2017
    January 27, 2017 NSW farmers lauded for chemical waste safety Property owners in New South Wales earned their stripes as environmental warriors, when they contributed to record volumes of unused agricultural chemicals during Agsafe’s ChemClear collection last month. More than 44,000lt/kg* were registered and delivered to colle...
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  • ChemClear NSW collection, biggest to date.

    Last updated: 7-Nov-2016
    ChemClear is scheduled to attend 91 local Government Host sites throughout a five-week collection run, starting today and concluding in early December.  The registration period, has seen a record amount of Chemicals scheduled for collection across NSW, making it the largest NSW aggregate collection in any one run, sinc...
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  • Christmas is coming early for NSW agvet chemical users

    Last updated: 19-Oct-2016
    Over 53 tonne of obsolete agvet chemical has been registered with the ChemClear program from over 200 waste holders in the lead up to this year’s NSW state roundup. ChemClear is currently in the process of finalising over 80 Local Government Host sites to retrieve the waste from those people that have pre-registered as part of...
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