There is a #drumMUSTER collection in Cummins SA next week. Triple rinsed agvet drums can be delivered to the Cummins Waste Transfer Station in the Lower Eyre Peninsula district on Tuesday 27 October - Wednesday 28 October.
Bookings are required and can be made by calling 8676 0400.
Did you know that globally, one in three employed women works in #agriculture.
The crucial role that women and girls play in ensuring the sustainability of rural households and communities, improving rural livelihoods and overall wellbeing, has been increasingly recognised. Women account for a substantial proportion of the agricultural labour force, including informal work, and perform the bulk of unpaid care and domestic work within families and households in #rural areas. They make significant contributions to agricultural production, #food security and nutrition, land and natural resource management, and building climate resilience.
#ruralwomen #womeninag Australian Women in Agriculture United Nations National Farmers' Federation NSW Farmers WAFarmers Victorian Farmers Federation Queensland Farmers' Federation NT Farmers Association UN Women ...
Congratulations to the farmers of the Hinchinbrook Shire Council region.
You've just brought in the 200,000th #agvet container for recycling! Well done to all involved, particularly the local drumMUSTER inspector at Warren Hills, Dave Evans and our Regional Consultant Colin Hoey.
Hinchinbrook Mayor Ramon Jayo was mindful of giving credit where credit is due, "I am pleased that our Herbert growers are being recognised for their commitment to the environment through their recycling efforts of chemical containers.
"Farmers in general are regularly held out to be environmental vandals by various elements ignorant of the true facts and facts such as these assist in bringing out the truth."
In June 2002, the first collection of agricultural and veterinary containers was delivered to Agsafe’s drumMUSTER program for recycling in the Hinchinbrook Shire. Over the first week, farmers began bringing in their used drums signalling the start of a great recycling story for the Herbert Valley....