New sites have been established in the Gingin Shire Council region at the Lancelin & Seabird Waste Management Facilities to help service the agriculture and pest industries in the shire. Both sites are open for acceptance of containers during normal opening hours. These sites compliment the current Gingin Waste Management Facility site which has seen over 17,000 containers accepted for recycling which is on top of over 10,000 containers accepted at councils previous site at the Frogmore Council depot.
Graeme Passmore, drumMUSTER WA Regional Consultant, said. “We are very pleased to be able to offer better access to local chemical users. The support of Gingin Shire Council should see more drums being delivered for recycling. Farmers and other chemical users delivering their containers will receive a receipt which is evidence they can use for their QA requirements”
The program now has very good coverage across Western Australia with over 120 locations available for chemical users to recycle their containers.
drumMUSTER is Australia’s leading agricultural stewardship programs with over 800 permanent collection locations across Australia and 28 million containers recycled since the programs commenced in 1999. In addition, over 120 Chemical Manufacturers are participating in the program with thousands of their clients returning close to 2 million drums per year for recycling.
To check if your manufacturer is in the program visit http://drummuster.com.au/whos-involved/manufacturers/
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