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drumMUSTER Collection Site drumMUSTER Leads Rural Recycling Revolution
8 Nov 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
As National Recycling Week moves into full swing, one of the rural industry’s great waste recycling programs continues to work hard for the environment.

Russell Mead is the new drumMUSTER and ChemClear Consultant Russell Ready & Willing to Help Clean up the Territory
5 Nov 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
The drumMUSTER and ChemClear programs have a new Consultant on board and he is all set to tidy up the Territory’s chemicals and containers.

The staff at Elders Albury (back row from left to right) Tony Killalea (Manager), Matt McGurk, Lincoln Harris, Chris Toohey and Rob Harrod.  Front row Leigh Bowran, Candice Himsley and Robert Martin Elders Albury Takes out National Prize
3 Nov 2011 - Health and Safety - Agsafe
To be a trusted rural store in Australia, it’s vital that safety comes first and Albury is lucky enough to have one of the safest ones going around.

Wakefield Regional Council Works Services Officer Glen Growden, Brinkworth farmer Darren Krieg and AgStewardship Australia Independent Chair Lauchlan McIntosh at the 200,000 milestone presentation. 200,000 Reasons to Celebrate
1 Nov 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
An extraordinary milestone has been reached in the Wakefield region, with the 200,000th chemical container recently disposed of through the local drumMUSTER service

Old Chemical Drums Queenslanders Break ChemClear Record!
25 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - ChemClear
It has been a busy seven weeks for ChemClear as the agvet chemical collection program made its way around the state of Queensland, but the job is now done.

: ChemClear chemist Andrew Haines helps unload some chemicals during a previous ChemClear collection. ChemClear’s Tasmanian return
22 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - ChemClear
While the early signs are terrific for ChemClear’s upcoming chemical collection run across Tasmania, Apple Isle residents are invited to become even more involved.

Chemical Drums Recycling has Never Been so Easy
21 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
Gippsland residents will now have far greater access to the drumMUSTER service after Wellington Shire Council established three new collection sites recently

drumMUSTER Strathfield Local drumMUSTER Changes
19 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
drumMUSTER is working together with Goondiwindi Regional Council in a bid to help locals dispose of their empty ag vet chemical containers.

Agsafe Agsafe Advanced on the Rise
18 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - Agsafe
An initiative introduced recently by the Agsafe Accreditation and Training Scheme, rural resellers are now able to show off just how dedicated they are to workplace safety and responsible chemical storage and handling by becoming ‘Agsafe Advanced.’

Veolia’s newest drumMUSTER Inspector Steve Moir outside the compound. Carnarvon drumMUSTER on a Roll
13 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
The drumMUSTER service is coming along in leaps and bounds in Carnarvon after an estimated 5,000-plus chemical containers were processed at the Browns Range Landfill site recently.

A delivery of chemicals brought into the Gatton site. ChemClear Cleans out Floodzone
7 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - ChemClear
There was a sense of relief across the Lockyer Valley and Somerset regions last week after the ChemClear truck paid a visit to pick up thousands of litres of unwanted and flood-affected ag vet chemicals.

The team at De Laval (from left) Adam Garland, Ben Jergens, Dave Murphy, Scott Garland and Richard Gorgievski. Fantastic Local Business Achievement
5 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - Agsafe
Victoria’s dairy farmers and chemical users can feel safe in the knowledge one of their rural stores helps set the benchmark when it comes to chemical storage and safety.

City of Whittlesea Resource Recovery Officer Jocelyn Harte at the Epping compound. Whittlesea joins the drumMUSTER team
5 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
Northern metropolitan Melbournians can now responsibly get rid of their empty agricultural and veterinary chemical containers after the City of Whittlesea Council joined the drumMUSTER program recently.

Southern New South Wales Regional Consultant Vernon Keighley (centre) with Mirrool compound owner Eric Robinson (left) and Robbie Mutton. NSW hits Five Million
1 Oct 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
Stunning! That would be the best way to describe the latest drumMUSTER milestone achieved in New South Wales after a wheat farmer brought in the five millionth chemical container to be recycled in the state.

ChemClear National Program Manager Lisa Nixon (right) with sugarcane farmer John Gollogly at the Ingham collection site with some of the chemicals he brought in for disposal. Resilient farmers Embrace ChemClear
15 Sep 2011 - Health and Safety - ChemClear
After cyclones and floods tore through Queensland this year, most of the state’s agricultural and veterinary chemical users could be forgiven for throwing in the towel.

BRS employee Jack Evans (right) serving a customer at the store recently. Pride of Busselton Shines
13 Sep 2011 - Health and Safety - Agsafe
A well-earned dose of national recognition has come Busselton’s way with a local NRI rural outlet receiving the September Agsafe Achievers award.

Agsafe Queensland Stores Setting the Pace
10 Sep 2011 - Health and Safety - Agsafe
Two diverse Queensland rural outlets have created history by becoming the first two stores to achieve Agsafe Advanced status.

drumMUSTER National Program Manager Allan McGann with Ingham Farm Centre’s Shane Green Shane’s a drumMUSTER Champion
4 Sep 2011 - Health and Safety - drumMuster
Farmers west of Ingham would find it far more difficult to dispose of their empty chemical containers if it weren’t for the good work of Shane Green.

Chemical Drums ChemClear is on its Way!
1 Sep 2011 - Health and Safety - ChemClear
ChemClear’s massive seven-week agvet chemical collection run across Queensland kicked off this week in Cunnamulla and there are busy times ahead.

Accreditation & Training How to Safely Store Dangerous Goods
26 Aug 2011 - Health and Safety - Press Release
The storage of small quantities of dangerous goods is a difficult area to deal with as the current OHS Regulations and Australian Standards have their own definitions of minor quantity levels with regards to the type of premises the dangerous goods are to be stored.

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