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  • New permanent facility opens in Melbourne

    Last updated: 16-Jan-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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  • ChemClear clears up in NSW and Victoria

    Last updated: 17-Dec-2013
    A late year collection run in Southern NSW and Western Victoria has seen more than 4400L/kg of unwanted chemicals being disposed of through ChemClear. It was the program’s 21st collection in NSW and included pickups through Victoria on its way to and from its Melbourne depot. The collection covered 21 council areas travelling ...
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  • ChemClear opens first permanent collection point

    Last updated: 10-Dec-2013
    Sydney’s agvet chemical users have disposed of more than 620 litres unwanted or out-of-date chemical at ChemClear’s new permanent collection point. Eight registrants turned up to ChemClear’s St Marys location in Sydney’s western suburbs to off-load chemicals they no longer need or want. ChemClear National Program Manager...
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  • Winners share stories on pursuing their dream in ag’

    Last updated: 22-Nov-2013
    Steven Serafin and Brett Barker took out the Agsafe bursary award last year. They share their stories about how the educational grant has helped them pursue their dreams in agriculture. Steven Serafin Steven Serafin is a trainee agronomist with Yenda Producers in Yenda, NSW, and has been studying an Advanced Diploma in Agricultu...
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  • Chemical companies make the responsible choice

    Last updated: 13-Nov-2013
    Twelve companies which manufacture agvet chemical products for the agriculture sector have proven to be dedicated to product stewardship after signing up with AgStewardship Australia to participate in the ChemClear and drumMUSTER programs in the past year. ChemClear and drumMUSTER are leading environmental stewardship progra...
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  • Collection about to kick off in Southern NSW

    Last updated: 24-Oct-2013
    ChemClear will begin its collection of unwanted and out-of-date agvet chemicals across southern NSW. The program called on all southern NSW agvet chemical holders to register their chemicals for collection after a month long call to action. ChemClear National Manager Lisa Nixon said the response was impressive. “We had mor...
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  • ChemClear helps launch $5000 ag’ studies grant competition

    Last updated: 21-Oct-2013
    Australia’s leading provider of agricultural stewardship programs is offering two educational bursary grants to anyone studying or looking to study agricultural related courses next year. Agsafe and its programs Accreditation & Training, drumMUSTER and ChemClear will offer $2500 to two people looking to furthering their ...
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  • ChemClear figures on track for Tasmania collection

    Last updated: 11-Oct-2013
    Tasmanians have logged in about 7000 litres of unwanted and out-of-date chemicals for a state-wide collection, currently planned to launch later this year. The collection was postponed earlier this year due to a lack of volume in registrations.  So far more than 900 litres of Group 1 chemicals have been registered which is hitt...
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  • Registrations closed for Southern NSW collection

    Last updated: 10-Oct-2013
    ChemClear’s month long call out to southern NSW agvet chemical holders is over after the booking line closed for registrations on 4th October. More than 4,600 litres of unwanted agvet chemicals were registered during the campaign with these chemicals scheduled for collection and environmental disposal in late October. The coll...
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  • ChemClear returns for late year NSW collection

    Last updated: 4-Sep-2013
    ChemClear, the program which collects unwanted and out-of-date agvet chemicals, is planning a collection across Southern NSW for October. The program is calling on all waste holders to register their unwanted chemicals for the collection. So far, 6,652 L/kg of obsolete product has already been registered for the upcoming collect...
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