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  • Last chance to register for WA ChemClear collection

    Last updated: 31-Mar-2016
    With the booking line for the West Australian collection closing on 22 April 2016, now is the perfect time to register your obsolete agvet chemicals. Over 7,000 litres of obsolete chemical has already been registered by waste holders in the state, including farmers, rural businesses and golf courses. “Registrations for this ye...
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  • ChemClear on its way to WA

    Last updated: 17-Feb-2016
    ChemClear is heading to Western Australia in June 2016 and is urging chemical users to register their surplus or unwanted agvet chemicals for safe disposal before 22 April 2016. “We encourage WA farmers to seize the opportunity to use our program this year as it will be another two years before we head back across the Nullarbo...
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  • ChemClear cleans up Victoria

    Last updated: 9-Feb-2016
    ChemClear has successfully completed its largest collection of unwanted agricultural and veterinary chemicals in Victoria. The ChemClear truck covered 5,127 kilometres over five regional runs in late 2015 and collected product from hundreds of chemical users including farmers, businesses, golf courses, government departments and...
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  • Register your Dichlorvos products with ChemClear

    Last updated: 29-Oct-2015
    As most Agsafe members will know, earlier this year the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) cancelled the registration of any product containing the chemical Dichlorvos following a suspension and phase out period. The chemical is an organophosphorus insecticide and was mainly used as a fumigant or sp...
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  • Illegal dumping or a temporary situation?

    Last updated: 27-Oct-2015
    What is wrong with this picture? If you look closely, you can see up to 100 empty plastic containers scattered around the dam. There are a number of reasons to worry about this activity, including the following: Looking at the distribution of the drums around the periphery, we can only assume that the drums were dumped in the ...
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  • ChemClear celebrates milestone

    Last updated: 22-Sep-2015
    For the last 12 years, thousands of chemical users have relied on ChemClear to dispose of their unwanted agricultural and veterinary chemicals. Over this time, the program has grown to become the most successful stewardship – or closed loop – waste disposal program operating in Australia. ChemClear collections help neutralis...
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  • Register your Fenthion products with ChemClear

    Last updated: 4-Sep-2015
    The use of any chemical product containing Fenthion ceases after October 2015 following a 12 month phase out period by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA). Fenthion is a broad-spectrum organophosphorus insecticide used to control insect pests in agricultural, commercial and domestic situations an...
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  • ChemClear heads to Victoria

    Last updated: 2-Sep-2015
    ChemClear has scheduled a collection for October/November 2015 for Victorian chemical users to register their surplus, unwanted, unlabelled, mixed or out-of-date agvet chemicals for safe disposal. Since the program’s inception in 2003, ChemClear has undertaken approximately 34 regional collection runs across Victoria and retri...
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  • ChemClear contributes to a cleaner Queensland

    Last updated: 26-Aug-2015
    ChemClear has successfully completed its second largest collection of unwanted agricultural and veterinary chemicals in Queensland. The final pool equated to 37.16 tonnes, with 22,041 L/kg of Group 1 classified chemicals and 15,120 L/kg of Group 2 chemicals collected from farmers, businesses, golf courses, government departments...
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  • Irresponsible disposal both costly and harmful

    Last updated: 20-Aug-2015
    Increased scrutiny from consumers and the wider community means responsible waste disposal and good farm environmental management practices are more important than ever if farmers are to maintain consumer confidence. In June 2015, a Cowra vineyard operator was convicted and fined $15,000 in Orange Local Court and ordered to pay ...
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